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Live Microsoft Office Instructor-led Courses
|Course Title (click for details & dates)||Length||Price (USD)|
|Microsoft Publisher||1 day||Teams Only|
Self-Paced Microsoft Publisher eLearning
|Course Title (click for details & purchase)||Length||Price (USD)|
|Microsoft Publisher eLearning Bundle||2 courses||$250|
Have a team needing the same training on Microsoft Publisher? We can send an instructor to your office or host a private online class.
Purchase self-paced Microsoft Publisher eLearning to attend training on a timeframe that works for you or your team's unique schedule.
Microsoft Publisher is an entry-level desktop publishing application from Microsoft, unlike Microsoft Word, in that the emphasis is placed on page layout and design rather than text composition and proofing. We offer world-class training for several versions, including MS Publisher 2016 and MS Publisher 2013. All classes are delivered by one of our expert trainers. Whether you're new to MS Publisher or an advanced user, our training will cover all you need to know to become a Microsoft Publisher power user.
From hands-on, instructor-led live online Microsoft Publisher to on-site group training, we provide the best option for your company. Our online Microsoft Publisher classes are task-based and focus on real-world scenarios and challenges students face in their day to day environments. The online Microsoft Office Training that we offer is a great way to quickly build upon the necessary skills within the privacy of your own home or office. Each Microsoft Publisher course we offer provides the training a person will need to understand and use the program.
Microsoft Publisher is a desktop publishing software application capable of producing greeting cards, certificates, newsletters, and other printed publications. MS Publisher offers a large selection of ""building blocks"" that can be dragged into your documents, helping you to create page elements such as calendars, newsletter sidebars, and borders. Publisher integrates mail merge features, which is handy when you need to send publications to a list of customers, and it's possible to export publications as HTML web pages or PDF documents. With a user-friendly interface, Microsoft Publisher makes it easy to create and edit publications.
Public instructor-led Publisher course prices available for Group training only.
Self-Paced Microsoft Publisher eLearning courses cost $250 at the starting point per student. Group purchase discounts are available.
A: If you are wondering what Microsoft Publisher skills are important to learn, we've written a Microsoft Publisher Skills and Learning Guide that maps out Microsoft Publisher skills that are key to master and which of our courses teaches each skill.
A: Microsoft Publisher is a fairly easy program to use. It is very intuitive and user-friendly. Even if you have never used a graphic design program before, you should be able to figure out how to use the basic features of Publisher without too much difficulty. Of course, as with any program, the more you use it, the more comfortable you will become with its various features and functions. If you do run into any problems or have any questions, there are plenty of resources available to help you, including online tutorials, FAQs, and customer support. Overall, Microsoft Publisher is a great choice for anyone looking for an easy-to-use yet powerful graphic design program.
A: Microsoft Publisher is a desktop publishing application that helps you create professional-looking publications. Here are some tips on how to use Microsoft Publisher:
1. Choose a publication type. Publisher offers a variety of templates for different types of publications, such as newsletters, postcards, and flyers. Select the template that best suits your needs.
2. Customize the template. Once you've chosen a template, you can customize it to suit your specific needs. For example, you can change the colors, fonts, and layout of the publication.
3. Add content. The next step is to add your own content to the publication. You can do this by typing directly into the document or by inserting images, charts, and other objects.
4. Preview and print. Before you print your publication, it's a good idea to preview it to make sure everything looks the way you want it to. You can do this by clicking on the "Preview" button in the Print dialog box. Once you're satisfied with the way it looks, click on the "Print" button to print your publication.
A: Choosing between Publisher and Word depends on your needs and preferences. If you need to create complex documents with lots of graphics, then Publisher may be the better option. However, if you just need to produce simple documents, then Word will probably suffice. Ultimately, the best way to decide is to experiment with both programs and see which one works better for you. Whichever program you choose, Certstaffix Training can help you learn how to use it effectively. We offer online and group onsite training classes for both Publisher and Word. Contact us today to find out more about our training options.
A: If you're looking to get the most out of Microsoft Publisher, there are a few skills you should focus on developing. Here are some of the top Microsoft Publisher skills that can help you make the most of this powerful software:
1. Creating professional-looking publications. One of the main uses for Microsoft Publisher is creating high-quality publications such as newsletters, flyers, and brochures. If you want to produce professional-looking results, it's important to master the various tools and features available in Publisher. This includes things like working with text and images, layout and design, and print settings.
2. Working with templates. Another great way to create professional-looking publications is to use templates. Publisher comes with a variety of built-in templates that you can use as a starting point for your own projects. Templates can save you a lot of time and effort, and they can help ensure that your publications have a consistent look and feel.
3. Customizing publications. In addition to using templates, you can also customize your publications to meet your specific needs. Publisher provides a variety of options for customizing the appearance of your publications, including changing the fonts, colors, and layout. You can also add your own images, logos, and other branding elements to personalize your publications.
4. Preparing publications for printing. Once you've created a publication in Publisher, it's important to prepare it properly for printing. This includes things like setting the correct paper size and resolution, as well as choosing the right printing options. If you're not familiar with the printing process, it's a good idea to consult with a professional printer to make sure your publication is ready for print.
5. Sharing publications electronically. In addition to printing your publications, you can also share them electronically. Publisher makes it easy to export your publications as PDF files, which can be viewed on any computer or mobile device. You can also share your publication online by posting it to a website or blog, or by sending it out via email.
By learning how to use these top Microsoft Publisher skills, you'll be able to create better publications and get more out of this powerful software.
When individuals need to learn Microsoft Publisher, Certstaffix Training provides online classes in two formats: 1) Live Online or 2) Self-paced eLearning.
Our live online Microsoft Publisher training classes are held on set schedules and taught by real live instructors. You can view live online class schedules by viewing each course outline. These are fully interactive classes that students attend in a virtual Zoom classroom. You can ask questions just like in a physical classroom. There are break times throughout the day. Most classes also involve hands-on exercises in an online lab environment we provide during class (may require trial or own login).
Our Microsoft Publisher eLearning courses are self-paced - you attend when it is convenient for you in a web browser. Video lectures teach you and you can start, stop & replay as much as you like during your 6-month subscription length. Certain eLearning classes (as indicated on each eLearning course outline) also include a virtual computer where you can practice with the software you are learning (may require trial or own login). Microsoft Publisher eLearning is a good solution for independent learners or people with limited schedules.
When you need Microsoft Publisher onsite training for a corporate group, we can send an instructor to your office or hold online private classes. Microsoft Publisher onsite training classes allow face-to-face in-person instruction by sending an instructor to your office. You can also schedule a private live online training for your group that allows for a class for just your employees. Get a quote today online or give us a call at 888-330-6890.
Group Private Training • 1 Day • This course is intended for persons in a variety of job roles such as publishing specialists, layout specialists, graphic designers, or any other knowledge workers who need to use Microsoft Office Publisher to create, lay out, edit, and share publications.
$250 (USD) • 2 Courses • This eLearning Bundle includes these two courses: Publisher 2016 - Beginner and Publisher 2013.