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The Office Show: Microsoft Publisher

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Need a flyer or a newsletter? We’ll show you how Microsoft Publisher 2010 makes creating publications easier with the new building blocks feature, plus we’ll show you how to import inventory data from Excel and generate a product catalog in seconds. And for the explosive finale, we’ve got footage of how one Publisher fan has used it --  literally -- for rocket science.

Get some of Gary McKay's Rebel Origami templates to try for yourself. 

Learn more about building blocks.

Learn more about generating catalogs.

 
If you have ideas and tips you want to share about how to make great publications, write a comment and let everyone know. We'd love to hear from you, and we'd love to hear more about what you think of the show. The folks at Channel 9 created this in partnership with our friends at Office.com, where you can find even more videos about Office.

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  • Awesome show.  I didn't know you could do half of those things with Publisher.  You guys need to edit these videos and get some TV ad space!

     

    p.s. Laura, I miss your energy on Ping!

  • Maddus MattusMaddus Mattus Maddus on C9, Is often ​controversi​al, But fun ​none-the-​less -​evildictait​or

    Watching these two beautifull women is so much better then watching Dan and Brian Smiley

  • Dan FernandezDan

    Great show Laura and Tina, Publisher is one of those apps that I've always wanted to fiddle with, but never had the time, so it was great seeing a recap of what's possible Smiley

     

    Maddus - I think you must be confused, Brian and I are clearly the most beautiful two people on Channel 9. Okay, maybe not Brian, that J# thing really aged him and he never fully recovered. In fact, he still thinks J# is alive and well. I don't have the heart to tell him it's dead, so every product cycle I take a box of triscuit crackers, tape a J# logo to it and hand it to him telling him the new version of J# is now available! He carries it around like a mother carries a newborn for about a week, it's disturbing, but at least I have something to snack on with all the triscuit boxes in his office.

  • Chris Auldchrisauld The Yellow Crocs Guy

    Don't get too down on F# Dan! We actually shipped some stuff recently (yes last week recently) that included J# binaries because we needed a ZIP implmentation and didn't want to step into the murky world of 3rd party 'open source' implementations.

     

    Chris

     

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    Microsoft Regional Director

     

     

     

     

  • Duncan MackenzieDuncanma "yeah that's awful close, but that's not why I'm so hard done by"

    @chrisauld: dude, I know you are a real guy not a spammer, but that signature is as big as your post and has people marking your comments as spam... you should tone it down Smiley

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