Certificate In Publisher 2010 Essentials Online Course

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Learn the Basic Features of Publisher 2010 You will learn how to use the basic features of Publisher 2010. This course is designed to teach you a basic understanding of Publisher 2010 in a practical way. Publisher is a desktop publishing tool and flexible and powerful authoring software. It goes well beyond what you can produce with word processing software like Word. Publisher 2010 will help you learn to produce high-quality publications for both personal and business use. By the end of this course, you will be able to: Open and close Publisher Understand the Publisher 2010 interface Use the backstage view to create a new blank publication or a publication from a template Use the backstage view to open files and use the recent list Save publications Setup business information to use in publications Add text and other building blocks Work with pages and the Pages pane Use cut, copy, and paste, as well as the Office Clipboard Undo and redo tasks Find and replace text Use color schemes and font schemes Choose or change the background Use the Template group Format fonts and paragraphs with a variety of features, including styles Use bullets and numbering Insert and work with pictures, shapes, and other objects Link text boxes to create stories that continue on different areas of the page or different pages Create columns Add Page Numbers Understand Master pages Add headers and footers Check spelling Preview, print, or email a publication Course Fast Facts: Easy to follow and understand Only 6 to 8 hours of study is required 12 months access to course Delivered 100% on-line and accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone You can study from home or at work, at your own pace, in your own time Download printer friendly course content Certificate (IAOTS Accredited) Course Delivery Courses are accessed online via our learning management system by any device including PC, MAC, tablet or...

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Requisitos: Entry requirements Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills. Minimum education Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course. Computer requirements Students will need access to a computer and the internet. Minimum specifications for the computer are: Windows: Microsoft Windows XP, or later ...

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Module One: Getting Started

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Open and close Publisher
  • Understand the Publisher 2010 interface
  • Use the backstage view to create a new blank publication or a publication from a template
  • Use the backstage view to open files and use the recent list
  • Save publications
  • Setup business information to use in publications
  • Add text and other building blocks
  • Work with pages and the Pages pane
  • Use cut, copy, and paste, as well as the Office Clipboard
  • Undo and redo tasks
  • Find and replace text
  • Use color schemes and font schemes
  • Choose or change the background
  • Use the Template group
  • Format fonts and paragraphs with a variety of features, including styles
  • Use bullets and numbering
  • Insert and work with pictures, shapes, and other objects
  • Link text boxes to create stories that continue on different areas of the page or different pages
  • Create columns
  • Add Page Numbers
  • Understand Master pages
  • Add headers and footers
  • Check spelling
  • Preview, print, or email a publication

Module Two: Opening and Closing Publisher

  • Lesson One: Opening Publisher
  • Lesson Two: Creating a Blank Publication
  • Lesson Three: Understanding the Interface
  • Lesson Four: Using Backstage View
  • Lesson Five: Creating a Publication from a Template
  • Lesson Six: Closing Publisher

Module Three: Working with Publications

  • Lesson One: Saving Files
  • Lesson Two: Opening Files
  • Lesson Three: Using the Recent List
  • Lesson Four: Using the Pages Pane
  • Lesson Five: Closing Files

Module Four: Your First Publication

  • Lesson One: Setting Up Your Business Information
  • Lesson Two: Adding Text
  • Lesson Three: Adding Building Blocks
  • Lesson Four: Adding a New Page
  • Lesson Five: Working with Pages

Module Five: Basic Editing Tasks

  • Lesson One: Using Cut, Copy, and Paste
  • Lesson Two: Using the Office Clipboard
  • Lesson Three: Using Undo and Redo
  • Lesson Four: Finding and Replacing Text

Module Six: Using the Page Design Tab

  • Lesson One: Choosing a Color Scheme
  • Lesson Two: Choosing a Font Scheme
  • Lesson Three: Choosing a Background
  • Lesson Four: Using the Template Group

Module Seven: Basic Font Formatting

  • Lesson One: Changing Font Face and Size
  • Lesson Two: Changing the Font Color
  • Lesson Three: Adding Font Enhancements
  • Lesson Four: Using the Font Dialog

Module Eight: Formatting Paragraphs

  • Lesson One: Changing Spacing
  • Lesson Two: Setting the Alignment
  • Lesson Three: Indenting Text
  • Lesson Four: Adding Bullets and Numbering
  • Lesson Five: Using the Paragraph Dialog
  • Lesson Six: Applying Styles

Module Nine: Working with Objects

  • Lesson One: Inserting Pictures and Shapes
  • Lesson Two: Inserting Tables
  • Lesson Three: Linking Text Boxes
  • Lesson Four: Moving, Resizing, and Arranging Objects
  • Lesson Five: Formatting Objects

Module Ten: Formatting the Page

  • Lesson One: Creating Columns
  • Lesson Two: Adding Page Numbers
  • Lesson Three: Understanding Master Pages
  • Lesson Four: Adding Headers or Footers

Module Eleven: Adding the Finishing Touches

  • Lesson One: Checking Your Spelling
  • Lesson Two: Previewing Your Publication
  • Lesson Three: Printing Your Publication
  • Lesson Four: E-Mailing Your Publication

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Words from the Wise

  • Create professional quality publications either from scratch or using a number of Office.com templates
  • Use the new Backstage view to easily create, open, print, and share your publications.
  • Enhance the look of your publication by formatting fonts, paragraphs, and objects.
  • Use styles to ensure consistent formatting throughout your document.
  • Use the powerful page formatting tools to create eye-catching effects.