Simple tools make it easy to grab attention with photos Swap pictures Import all your pictures to a single canvas in Publisher, and swap them in and out of your design with a simple drag and drop. Experiment to find the right image, without wasting time.
Effects Use professional-looking effects for text, shapes, and pictures, including softer shadows, reflections, and OpenType features such as ligatures and style alternatives that are familiar to use because they work like the effects in other Office applications that support them.
Features The canvas is where you can upload multiple pictures and arrange them by dragging them. New in this update you can now easily swap in pictures by dragging the new one over the old one and releasing the mouse. This action uses clearly visible icons and a pink highlight, making it easy to avoid accidental swaps. Another handy new feature is the Apply to Background command.
Microsoft Publisher 2016 is the latest version of Publisher. Previous versions include Publisher 2013, Publisher 2010, Publisher 2007, and Publisher 2003. Publisher 2016 is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7. Microsoft Publisher is an entry-level desktop publishing application from Microsoft, differing from Microsoft Word in that the emphasis is placed on page layout and design rather than text composition and proofing.
By right clicking on a picture you can Fill or Tile a single image to the entire canvas. Compared to the 2010 version, the program is better integrated with the rest of Office. The program even includes tools, panes, and formatting found in Word and PowerPoint. The most useful tool taken from the rest of Office 2013 is the ability to pull images from multiple sites such as Flickr or Facebook.
Microsoft Word Viewer 2016. You can even search through these sites, local images, and Office.com’s clip art within a single dialogue box. The clip art available is already plentiful and having an extra tool to locate more images across the web makes it even faster to find the right image. The only draw back is that you cannot access new online images if you become disconnected. Usability The interface is streamlined and very easy to understand. The majority of commands are controlled with the tool bar, corresponding hotkeys, or editing menus brought up by right clicking. The biggest design improvement is the addition of the right hand column Scratch Area which contains all of your images. Unlike the 2010 version, images will no longer simply be dumped on the canvas.
Instead you can easily drag and drop images between the scratch and canvas, allowing you better control of your final publication. Quality The layout is clean and avoids any unused space or clutter. The program generally functions quickly, even when you add in many large and detailed images.
You can still edit clip art from Office.com and other sites that you have already downloaded even if you become disconnected from the web. When you are connected your work will automatically be saved to cloud storage. Conclusion Microsoft Publisher 2013 is a powerful tool to construct various printings and publications.
The ability to quickly gather images from Office.com and other image sites will make it easier to find just the right image. The new Scratch Area is a welcome addition to help organize all of these pictures. This trial will give you a taste of Microsoft Publisher 2013’s great upgrades. Microsoft Publisher 2013 supports the following formats Import: PUB, TXT, MHT, HTML, RTF, DOC, DOX, WPD, WPS Export: PUB, TXT, GIF, JPG, BMP, DOC, DOCX, WMF, PS, XPS, HTML, MHT, PDF. By Anonymous Can't import any Word files, can't cut and paste word files. Publisher FAILS with the simple 'Hey, let's make a.
Can't import any Word files, can't cut and paste word files. Publisher FAILS with the simple 'Hey, let's make a book' test. I tried, and tried, and tried to figure out how to import an MS word file into Publisher. Help button doesn't exist anymore, and Microsoft's website was useless. Then I tried to simply cut and paste my book into Publisher. Apparently that is no longer allowed either (too big).
It's amazing how bad a screw up this is. Pros: nothing and nothing Cons: simple import of files cut and paste of large blocks of text reviewed on May 31, 2013 • • Articles about Microsoft Publisher 2013.