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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

How to Make Brochures on Microsoft Word

An easy way to effortless brochure printing is to go to the official site of Microsoft Office on the web, and download a brochure template. There would be text written on the template, and so, you just need to replace it with your own text and images. Simple as that. However, if you subscribe for zero plagiarism, create your own template on Microsoft Word and get started. Here's how:

* If you see brochures, you'll notice that most brochures are either bi-fold or tri-fold. Let's consider a bi-fold brochure, as it's comparatively simpler.
* Go to File, and click on Page Setup. The reason for this is that you need to set adequate margin space in order to create a clean look of your brochure.
* When you've set margin for the page, add columns to the page as required. For that, click on Table, and select Columns. As per the required number of columns, create brochure panels.
* When you've created columns, click on the first column, and go to Insert. Select Break, and click on Column Break. This will allow you to add paragraphs for information purposes. It's upon you how many breaks you want to put.
* Type relevant information, add images that you can download from the Internet, and when all's done, go to Insert, click on Break, and this time, select Page Break. This will take you to the next page of the brochure.
* Repeat the steps mentioned above, in accordance with what kind of data you want to put, and what images are necessary for your brochure.
* Lastly, when you think you've done a great job, save the copy, and get a print out of it. That's how you make brochures on Microsoft Word.


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