Menu Bar and Tool Bar functions in Microsoft Publisher 2007In doing design, surely you often use menubar, toolbars, Toolbox and task pane. The Menu Bar and toolbar are provided directly by Microsoft Publisher to make it easier for you to design a program or a spreadsheet.
Then what are menubar and toolbars on this MS office Publisher? Then how to use MenuBar and toolbar on MS Publisher? What are the menubar and toolbars in Microsoft Publisher? Here is the MenuBar and toolbar understanding of MS Publisher, see the image below:
MenuBar (menu bar), contains commands for editing and setting the publication. MenuBar consists of file, edit, view, insert, format, tools, tables, arrange, window and help.
The standard Toolbar, contains symbols or icons to quickly execute basic commands, such as opening a new worksheet, opening a saved publication, saving, printing, and viewing publications.
The Formatting Toolbar, contains symbols or icons to quickly execute formatting commands, such as changing the font type, font size, making bold and italic, Align Right, align Left, and changing the font color.
Toolbox, fill in the tools to edit a publication, e.g. create text, create tables, create WordArt, and insert images.
Know the facility in the Microsoft Publisher Toolbox
The Toolbox is a symbol or icon that is used to edit a publication. The Toolbox is on the left side of the page and in practice these tools are often used in a punblikas design. Here's a description of the Microsoft Publisher Toolbox:
Select Object, useful to revert to the original position after using the tool.
Text box, to create text.
Insert table, to create table
Insert WordArt, to create artistic text.
Picture Frame, to insert an image or put an image frame.
Line, to create a line.
Arrow, to create an arrow line.
Oval, to create a circle or oval image.
Rectangle, to create a box or square image.
AutoShape, to create a variety of shapes or symbols.
Bookmarks, to bookmark pages of a book.
Gallery Object design, for inserting images with a variety of designs.
Frim Item Content Library, to display the Content Library.
That's the usability of the MenuBar and toolbar and the Toolbox in Microsoft Publisher 2007. It has been very clear the above article as well as the use of each menu I have explained, good luck..