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Basic Parts and Functions of MS Publisher

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Basic Parts and Functions of MS Publisher
Quick Access Toolbar
Quick Access Toolbar
lets you access common commands, no matter which tab you are using in the Ribbon. By default, it shows the
, and
Quick Access Toolbar
Viewing Tools
Close Button
View and
The Ribbon contains multiple tabs, each with several groups of commands. Some tabs, like "Text Box Tools" or "Picture Tools," may appear only when you are working with certain items like text boxes or images.
Publisher offers a group of viewing tools to help you control the layout of your text, images and objects on the page. These viewing tools are for your editing purposes only. They can be turned on and off and will not appear in your printed publication.
Viewing Tools
Publication viewing tools
The publication viewing tools include:

You can use the rulers to the left and top of your publication to help you line up text, images and other objects and get a clearer idea of exactly where those objects will appear on the printed page.
Baselines are evenly-spaced horizontal lines that you can use to line up text.
Boundaries are dark blue dashed borders that appear around your objects. Viewing object boundaries can be useful when you are aligning objects or wrapping text.
Guides are thin lines that help you align various objects. There are two types of guides:
Margin Guides
Customizable Guides
Margin guides, which are
blue lines
that mark the edges, or margins, of the printable area on each page of your publication. Margin guides are
automatically created
when you set your page margins.
Customizable guides, which are
green lines
that you can add anywhere in your publication.
To Add Green Guides:

1. Click either the horizontal or vertical ruler.
2. Drag your mouse to your publication, and release to add the guide in the desired location.
Dragging the guide to the desired location
3. Your guide will be placed. You can move it any time by clicking and dragging it.
The Task Pane
The right task pane shows a larger thumbnail of the selected design and any available settings which can be changed.
When all settings are chosen, click the Create button to create the publication.
In Publisher 2010, options for saving, printing and creating publications are all located in Backstage view.
Backstage View
• To access Backstage view, click the File tab.
Quiz 2
Choose the letter of the best answer.
1. Which of the following part has the component of SAVE?
A. Page Navigation
B. Quick Access Toolbar
C. Ribbon
D. Tabs
2. This is called as ____.
A. Tabs
B. Commands
C. Groups
D. Special tools tabs
3. This allows you to view and work with the pages in your publication?
A. Close
B. Ribbon
C. Page Navigation
D. Quick Access Toolbar
4. This will appear when you click on certain items within your publication; this is represented on the picture below?
A. Toolbars
B. Page Navigation
C. Quick Access Toolbar
D. Special tools Tabs
5. This is a part of MS Publisher which is called ___.
A. Ribbon
B. Page Navigation
C. Quick Access Toolbar
D. None of the Above
Key to Corrections
1. B
2. C
3. C
4. D
5. B
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