Publisher 2010 Public Beta Now Available

Today, the Publisher 2010 Public Beta is as the name suggests, available to the public. This means that you can now go download it, along with the rest of Office 2010, from www.microsoft.com/2010. Go ahead. Go download it. I’ll still be here when you get back. In my July post about the Technical Preview, I…

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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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Coming in SP2: Save as PDF or XPS

In this week’s blog post, we’d like to talk about a cool feature that’s coming in Office 2007 Service Pack 2: the ability to save a document as a PDF or XPS file right from your favorite Office applications. First, a little background. Saving as PDF is one of the most common feature requests we…

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PDF and XPS Options in Publisher, Word, and PowerPoint

There are 8 applications in the Office 2007 suite that can save as PDF or XPS.  Of these all except InfoPath allow you to set a number of options when saving your files.  This week well take an in-depth looks at the options shared by all the applications that have options, and we’ll look at…

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