Course | November 21 | 1:30-4 p.m. | 28 University Hall
This comprehensive foundation course details the process of using Microsoft Publisher for desktop publishing; including the development and design of publications that incorporate text, graphics, and objects for internal production or commercial printing. Learning Objectives Identify the elements of the Microsoft Publisher interface. Define page layout and structure to organize pages and sections. Perform design and formatting on publication content using visual aids. Manipulate text-based content and establish links between content to control text flow between connected, non-adjacent publication areas. Integrate visual elements including Pictures, Shapes, and WordArt. Modify Master Pages to create uniform multi-page designs. Utilize the template gallery for standardized designs. Export publications in multiple formats as well as for commercial printing services.