How to add UI to Publisher for your macro code

In this post I wanted to cover something simple that might come up handy when trying to add custom controls to Publisher’s UI that can serve as entry points for your macro subroutines. For that, I created a simple macro that adds a new button to the “Objects” toolbar. Then it creates a new toolbar…

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Beta test Publisher 2010!

Office is now taking applications for the Technical Beta program for the next release.  If you’d like a chance to test drive Publisher 2010 and give us feedback on the upcoming release, fill out the nomination form.   You’ll need to sign into Microsoft Connect with a Live ID to access the form.  MVPs don’t need to sign up…

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Did you know … #2

This article is the second in our series of quick tips for Publisher.  This week we have a couple of quick tips about working with pages. Did you know … …..that you can have multiple Master Pages in a publication?   CTRL+M to get in and out of Master Pages mode. Notice the scratch area color…

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Scratching the Itch: Using the Publisher Scratch Area for Layout

In addition to toolbars, the page, task panes and rulers, there is another area of the Publisher window that is especially useful for working on publications.  It’s call the Scratch Area, and is a place where you can put textboxes and objects to move them around on the page or onto other pages. You’ve probably…

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