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Thursday, June 3, 2010

NEW Microsoft Office Publisher 2010

Microsoft Office Publisher is a glowing recognized application by Microsoft which lets you make flyers, postcards, newsletters, websites, e-mails and much more. Millions of community are using it to administer all their advertising activities. We are in the process of reviewing the major products in Microsoft Office 2010, such as, Word 2010, PowerPoint 2010, Excel 2010, Outlook 2010 and OneNote 2010. Lets see what new additions have been made to Office Publisher 2010.

Office Backstage

The Office Backstage feature of Microsoft Office 2010 is also built-in in Publisher 2010 and this feature adds feathers to its functionality. You can find the most usually used items listed there, and working with Publisher is really fast with the help of this feature.

Save Files As PDF or XPS

Publisher 2010 lets you save files in the .pdf and .xps format. Also it lets you save these files as password protected to ensure enhanced security. This feature can be found in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint as well.

64-Bit Version
The 64-bit version of Microsoft Office Publisher is also accessible which provides the backward-compatibility so that the users can open, edit, and save any Publisher 2003, Publisher 2007, Publisher 2010 32-bit edition files easily.

Enhanced Photo Editing Features

Publisher 2010 offers a few good-looking photo editing features, allowing you to easily insert, edit, zoom, crop, and recolor photos in your publications. You can easily change the colors, brightness and contrast of photos.

Easy Targeted Emailing

Microsoft Office Publisher 2010 offers huge ways to create and manage the customer’s list. Its simple to create and edit the customer’s lists from multiple sources like Outlook or Excel. The Mailing menu on the Ribbon offers options, such as, create, manage and send targeted emails to customer’s list.

Integrated Print Properties

Publisher 2010 has many enhanced print and preview properties. Hit the Office button and click the Print option. You will see many enhanced added features relevant to print and preview here.

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