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How do I create and print a brochure using Microsoft Office (Publisher)?   Tags: how to, howto, pamphlet, publisher  

Last Updated: May 23, 2014 URL: http://hslibguides.islipufsd.org/brochure Print Guide RSS Updates
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Use Publisher

 

Access Publisher

Choose Brochure (just under the search box)

Remember to choose a tri-fold (3 column) pamphlet template as this takes standard 8 1/2 x 11 paper. If you choose 4 columns - that's a different size paper that needs to be loaded into the printer, so keep it simple!

 

 

Once you've found an appropriate template, start typing.

 

To Print

To Print: File - Print

Change the following settings to:

- One page per sheet

- Print on Both Sides Flip sheets on short edge

 

*Make sure you are printing to one of library's duplex printers (prints both sides). Any printer with a 'd' in it's name is a duplex.

See example below:

 

 

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Using Word

You can find templates in Word by:

File - New - Search Online Templates (type in Brochures)

Choose an appropriate brochure (tri-fold/3 columns)

 

Printing in Word

To Print: File - Print

Change the following settings to:

- Print on Both Sides Flip pages on short edge

 *Make sure you are printing to one of library's duplex printers (prints both sides). Any printer with a 'd' in it's name is a duplex.

See example below:

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