Creating a brochure in Microsoft Word can be done by clicking on the Office menu button, selecting "New," finding the "Brochures" button on the left and choosing an attractive template. Design a brochure in Word with help from a computer applications consultant in this free video about using desktop publishing software.
Hi, I'm Tracy Prentiss of Montague, Massachusetts, and I'm going to show you how to create a brochure using Microsoft Word 2007. Word makes many brochure templates available to you to make your job easier. To get started with a brochure template click on your Office Menu button, and then click New to display the new document dialog box. From the list of categories on the left choose Brochures. Then, you will see all of the different brochure designs available to you. When you find one you like select it, click on Download, and a new document based on that design will be made for you. There is text in the template to help guide you. You would replace the standard text, such as company name, with the specifics of your brochure. There are graphics for you already. You may replace those with your own, as well as fill changing the text to be text specific to your event. The brochures are set up so that when you print them you can tri-fold them and hand them out. You're ready to print and save once you've replaced the text. And that is how you're going to make your brochure in Microsoft Word 2007.
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