Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Selecting a Publication Template
Selecting a Publication Template
Different from most other Office
2010 applications, when you first launch
Publisher (Start>All Programs>Microsoft
Office>Microsoft Publisher 2010), you don’t see a
blank document ready for you to begin working.
Instead, you get the Available Templates window that
includes hundreds of predesigned templates on
which you can base the document you want to
create (see Figure 24-1). Starting with a template is by
far the easiest way to create a document in Publisher.
If you select More Blank Page Sizes, you see
a collection of other sizes along with an
option to create your own custom size. And
if you scroll down farther, you’ll see blank
templates by publication type and by
manufacturer. You also see options to customize
the template, which you’ll review later in
this chapter. Click the template you want
and click the Create button.
If you select My Templates, you see a list of
your publications that you have previously
saved and can choose one of them as a
template. Select the template you want and
click the Create button.
The Most Popular section provides sample
common layouts that many Publisher users
like to use. When you select a category,
such as brochures, a more detailed list of
brochure templates appears. Since most of
these templates originate from,
click the template you want and click the
Download button. The template will appear
on your screen. In Figure 24-2, clicking the
Greeting Cards category displays greeting
card choices.
Figure 24-1
Selecting a publication template.
Select a publication type:
If you select Blank 8 1 / 2
11 or Blank
8 1 / 2 templates, you can begin creating
your own publication from the beginning.
Click the template you want and it appears
on your screen.
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