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Are you a small business person who wants to create a great looking business card? It is really easy with Microsoft Office Publisher 2007.
Here is how you do it!
1) Open Publisher 2007
2) On the “Getting Started with Microsoft Office Publisher 2007” page, this more about look on the left hand side. You will see a column with the heading “Publication Types” at the top. Look down the list and about 6 down you will see “Business Cards”. Click on it
3) In the main part of the window you will now see a variety of designs for your business card. There are newer, cialis 40mg more contemporary designs at the top, more info and more classical designs down the bottom. Take a good look at each, and pick your favourite.
4) In the right hand column, there are a number of options for your business card. You can customise it with a different colour scheme, and a different font scheme.
5) Still in the right hand column, look for the “Business information” drop down box. If this is the first time you have created a business card, your only option will be “Create new…”. Select “Create new…” and a box will appear for you to enter your business card information. Once you are happy with all your details, click save.
6) If you are happy with all your decisions, click the “Create” button in the bottom right hand corner of the screen.
7) Once your card is created… check all the details, and then hit print!
Now you have a business card you can be proud of!
’till next time!
You may have read about it a few weeks ago, recipe but last weekend yours truly had the opportunity to present at an event called OfficeDevCon08, viagra in Sydney Australia.
I delivered two presentations – and because I am such a nice guy I have decided to share them with you all 🙂
The first presentation I delivered was about comparing all the different business productivity suites that are out there in the market. I called it the “Office Suite Smackdown!”
The second presentation I delivered was all about the frustrations that we all face when we first move to Office 2007, and how to avoid them. I called it (funnily enough) “The 10 Most Common Office 2007 User Frustrations, and how to avoid them”.
Make sure you check the presentations out (thanks to SlideShare.net!) – however due to my presentation style they might seem a little confusing without your old friend The New Paperclip jumping around in front of a projector!
So… you like what you see and want to see one of the presentations delivered at your next conference / training day / birthday party? Make sure you get in touch with TNP’s alter ego (Paul Woods) via email – email@example.com
’till next time!
PS. A big hello to Microsoft MVPs Lucy Thomson and Glen Millar, as well as Microsoftie Alistair Speirs for their sparkling repartee over beers on Saturday night 🙂