Microsoft Publisher is a graphic design program developed by Microsoft. This course enables the delegates to create professional documents, marketing materials and Web pages. During the course, delegates will be able to create text boxes, format text, shapes and pictures, navigate multi-page publications, use ruler guidelines and insert headers and footers by using Microsoft Publisher.
MS Publisher is a Microsoft application which serves as a layout software used to create documents for publishing. The delegates can create quality results for the email newsletters, regular newsletters, greeting cards, postcards and brochures. The course prepares the candidate with the useful tips and tricks for managing the pictures, adding shapes which is used to enhance their publication. After, completion of the course, the delegates will be able to create bullet and number lists, apply styles and work with the create drawings, and share a publication in a different ways.
Find out what's included in the training programme.
The course covers the following topics:
Create a New Publication
Work with the Publication
Working with the Blank Page
Working with Graphics in a Publication
Working with the Text Frames
Innovative Techniques of Text
Addition of Visuals
Techniques of Advanced Layout
Addition of contents to the Publication
The Design Gallery
Management of Text in a Publication
Preparation of the Publication for Sharing and Printing
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What will be provided in the course?
The delegates will be provided with The Datrix courseware folder, Pre/Post Course Email Support, Refreshments and Certificate.
At what time should I reach at the venue?
As the training starts at 9 a.m so delegates are requested to come by 8.45a.m at the venue
How experienced are the instructors at Datrix?
The instructors at Datrix are certified and highly experienced.
Where can I find more information about your courses?
To know more about our courses send us an e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us on 0800 781 0626.