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Features and Commands in Microsoft Publisher 2010 Menus and Toolbars


The following tabs list all features and commands included in Classic Menu for Publisher 2010 (it is part one of Classic Menu for Office 2010).

Main Menu of Publisher 2010

These features included in v3.50, more features have been added in later versions.

  • File
  • Edit
  • View
  • Insert
  • Foramt
  • Tools
  • Table
  • Arrange
  • Mailings
  • Window
  • Help

File

New
Open
Close
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Save
Save As
Publish to Web
Publish as PDF or XPS
Pac&k and Go
Take to Another Computer...
Take to a Commercial Printing Service...
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Convert to Web Publication...
Convert to Print Publication...
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Web Page Preview View your web pages inside your default browser.
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Page Setup... Show the Page Setup dialog box.
Page Setup...
Page Setup... Show the Page Setup dialog box.
Margins Select the margin sizes for the entire document or the current section.
Orientation Switch the pages between portrait and landscape layouts.
Size Choose a paper size for the current section. --  -- To apply a specific paper size to all sections in the document, click More Paper Sizes.
Print Preview
Print
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Sen&d E-mail
Mail Recipient
E-mail All Pages
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Mail Recipient (as Attachment)
E-mail as PDF Attachment
E-mail as XPS Attachment
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E-mail Preview
Properties
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Open Recent File...
Exit

 

Edit

Undo
Redo
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Cut Cut the selection and put it on the Clipboard.
Copy Copy the selection and put it on the Clipboard.
Office Clipboard... Show the Office Clipboard Task Pane.
Paste Click here for more options such as pasting only the values or formatting.
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Delete Text
Delete Object
Delete P&age Remove the selected page and its content from the publication.
&Move Page... Change the location of the selected page to before or after another page in the publication.
Rename... Change the name of the selected page.
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Select All Select all items.
Select All Text in Text Box
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Find... Find text in the document.
Replace... Replace text in the document.
Go to Page...
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Edit Links to Files
Edit Story in Microsoft Word
&Object
Edit Object
Open Object
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Convert...
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Edit Business Information...

 

 

View

Single Page View each page of the publication separately.
Two-Page Spread View facing pages of the publication at the same time. --  -- A two-page spread is a printing convention that represents leading and trailing pages in a bound or folded project.
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Normal View and edit the main pages of your publication.
Master Page Open the master page view to edit the design and layout of your master pages.
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Ruler View the rulers, used to measure and line up objects in the document.
Show All Show paragraph marks and other hidden formatting symbols.
Boundaries Show the boundaries for shapes, text boxes, and pictures.
Guides Show adjustable drawing guides to which you can align objects on the slide.
Horizontal Baselines Show horizontal baselines, used to help you align objects to the baselines of horizontal text in the publication.
Vertical Baselines Show vertical baselines, used to help you align objects to the baselines of vertical text in the publication.
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Fields Show which items in your publication are fields.
Page Navigation Show the Page Navigation pane, which displays an image of each page in the publication.
Scratch Area Show the objects or portions of objects that are located outside of the page boundaries.
Baselines Show baselines, used to help you align objects to the baselines of text in the publication.
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Enclose Characters... Emphasize a character by placing a circle or box around it.
Pictures...
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Show Header/Footer Show the header and footer areas on the current master page.
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&Zoom
100% Zoom the document to 100% of the normal size.
One Page Zoom the document so that an entire page fits in the window.
Page Width Zoom the document so that the width of the page matches the width of the window.
Selected Objects Zoom the document so that the selected object fills the window.

 

Insert

Page Insert pages into the publication.
Page Number Insert a field that displays the current page number. --  -- As more pages are added or removed from the publication, this page number updates.
Date & Time... Insert the current date or time into the current document.
Symbol Insert symbols that are not on your keyboard, such as copyright symbols, trademark symbols, paragraph marks, and Unicode characters.
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Save as &Building Block...
Add Selection to Advertisements Gallery
Add Selection to Business Information Gallery
Add Selection to Calendars Gallery
Add Selection to Design Accents Gallery
Add Selection to Page Parts Gallery
Business Information Insert a field or a design object that displays your business contact information.
Page Parts Insert a design object that you can use to help create your publication.
Calendars Insert a calendar of the current month or next month. --  -- For other dates, select More Calendars.
Borders & Accents Insert a graphical element that you can use to enhance the visual appearance of your publication.
Advertisements Insert an advertisement into your publication.
Building Block Library Show the Building Block Library dialog box.
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&Picture
Clip Art... Insert Clip Art into the document, including drawings, movies, sounds, or stock photography to illustrate a specific concept.
Picture... Insert a picture from a file.
Picture Placeholder Insert an empty picture frame to reserve space for pictures you want to add later. --  -- You can insert a picture into the picture frame by clicking the picture icon.
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Shapes Insert ready-made shapes, such as rectangles and circles, arrows, lines, flowchart symbols, and callouts.
WordArt Insert decorative text in your document.
Map...
Te&xt Box
Text Box Insert a text box into the document, or add text to the selected shape.
Vertical Text Box Insert a text box containing vertical text.
Text from File... Insert the text from a file into your publication. --  -- If you have a text box selected, the text is added to the selected text box; otherwise, a new text box is created.
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Object... Insert an embedded object.
Hyperlink... Create a link to a Web page, a picture, an e-mail address, or a program.
Bookmark... Insert a bookmark into the publication. --  -- Bookmarks appear as graphical elements on the page, and allow you to add hyperlinks to that location in the publication.
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Header Edit the header of the publication. --  -- The content in the header will appear at the top of each page associated with the master page.
Footer Edit the footer of the publication. --  -- The content of the footer will appear at the bottom of each page associated with the master page.

 

Format

Font... Show the Font dialog box.
Character Spacing Adjust the spacing between characters
Paragraph... Show the Paragraph dialog box.
Bullets and Numbering...
Horizontal Rules...
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Tabs...
Drop Cap Create a large capital letter at the beginning of a paragraph.
Number Style Choose a display style for the numbers in the selected text. --  -- Some fonts include different numerical styles with varied spacing, vertical positioning, and appearance that may work better in the context of your publication.
Ligatures Turn on ligatures in the selected text. --  -- Some fonts include ligatures, which are combinations of two or more characters into a single character to create more readable or attractive text.
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Text Fit Change the behavior for fitting text inside a text box.
&Asian Layout
Phonetic Guide... Display phonetic characters to clarify the pronunciation.
Enclose Characters... Emphasize a character by placing a circle or box around it.
Horizontal in Vertical... Change the orientation of the selected text to horizontal while keeping the remaining text vertical.
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Background Change the background formatting for the current page.
Change Template Select a new template for the publication, and move your existing content to the new publication. --  -- You can choose to replace the current publication or create a new one.
Pa&ge Options... Choose formatting options for the template page. --  -- Template options are available for newsletter, catalog, greeting card, and invitation card templates.
&Color Schemes... Change the color scheme associated with the publication.
Fonts Change the font scheme associated with the publication.
Styles Specify a style to apply to the paragraph of the selected text.
Master Pages Apply a master page to the publication, or edit existing master pages. --  -- Master Pages contain the elements that you want to repeat on multiple pages in a publication.
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Format Object... Show the Format Shape dialog box.

 

Tools

Spelling... Check the spelling of text.
Research... Open the Research Task Pane to search through reference materials, such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, and translation services.
Thesaurus... Suggests other words with a similar meaning to the word you have selected.
Edit Business Information...
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Design Checker...
Graphics Manager... Show the Graphics Manager pane to review and manage the images in the publication.
Commercial &Printing Tools
Fonts...
Color Printing...
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Translate Translate selected text into a different language.
Language Select language options.
Hyphenation Options... Change the hyphenation behavior of the selected text.
Reconvert
Update IME Dictionary... Add the selected word to the IME dictionary so that it can be recognized in the future.
Hangul Hanja Conversion Convert between Hangul and Hanja characters.
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&Macro
Macros View the list of macros, from which you can run, create, or delete a macro.
Macro Security Customize the macro security settings.
Visual Basic Open the Visual Basic editor.
Add-Ins... Manage the add-ins available for use with this file.
AutoCorrect Options...
Trust Center...
Options

 

Table

Table Insert or draw a table into the document.
&Insert
Insert Left Add a new column directly to the left of the selected column.
Insert Right Add a new column directly to the right of the selected column.
Insert Above Add a new row directly above the selected row.
Insert Below Add a new row directly below the selected row.
&Delete
Delete Table
Delete Columns
Delete Rows
&Select
Select Table
Select Column
Select Row
Select Cell
Merge Cells Merge the selected cells into one cell.
Split Cells... Split the selected cells into multiple new cells.
Diagonals Split the selected cells diagonally into multiple new cells.
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Table AutoFormat...
Table Formats Choose a visual style for the table.
Fill Fill the selected cell with a solid color.
Pen Color Change the pen color.
Borders Customize the borders of the selected cells or text.
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Size... Show a dialog box to change the size of the shape or picture.
Grow to Fit Text Allow the table to grow as more text is added.

 

Arrange

&Layout Guides...
Ruler Gui&des Insert a set of layout guides that create a grid pattern. --  -- Layout guides help you align objects in your publication.
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Send to Master Page Move the selected object to the master page associated with the current page. --  -- Once the object is moved to the master page, you must switch to master page view to edit it.
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Group Join two or more selected objects together so they will be treated as one object.
Ungroup Break a set of grouped objects back into individual objects.
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O&rder
Bring to Front Bring the selected object in front of all other objects so that no part of it is hidden behind another object.
Send to Back Send the selected object behind all other objects.
Bring Forward Bring the selected object forward so that it is hidden by fewer objects that are in front of it.
Send Backward Send the selected object backward so that it is hidden by the objects that are in front of it.
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&Snap
Snap to Ruler Marks
Align to Guides Allow objects to snap to guides.
Align to Objects Allow objects to snap to other objects on the page.
&Nudge
Up
Down
Left
Right
Align Align the edges of multiple selected objects. --  -- You can also center them or distribute them evenly across the page.
Rotate Rotate or flip the selected object.
Reroute Connectors
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Wrap Text Change the way text wraps around objects. --  -- To configure an object so that it moves along with the text around it, select In Line with Text.
Edit Points
Change Shape Change the shape of the drawing, preserving all the formatting.

 

Mailings

Start Mail Merge Start a mail merge to create a form letter which you intend to print or e-mail multiple times, sending each copy to a different recipient. --  -- You can insert fields, such as Name or Address, which Word will replace automatically with information from a database or contact list for each copy of the form letter.
Start E-mail Merge Merge data into a publication that will be sent as e-mail.
Catalog Pages Insert a new page where you can start a catalog merge.
Select Recipients Choose the list of people you intend to send the letter to. --  -- You can type your own list, use your Outlook contacts, or connect to a database.
Edit Recipient List... Make changes to the list of recipients and decide which of them should receive your letter. --  -- You can also sort, filter, find and remove duplicates, or validate addresses from the list.
E-mail Preview
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Insert Merge Field Add a field from your recipient list to the publication. --  -- When you finish the merge, the fields will be replaced with the actual information from the recipient list.
Address Block... Add an address to your letter. --  -- You specify the formatting and location, and Word will replace it with actual addresses from your recipient list when you finish the mail merge.
Greeting Line... Add a greeting line such as "Dear <<First Name>>." to your document.
Picture Add a picture field from your recipient list to the publication. --  -- When you finish the merge, the fields will be replaced with the actual picture from the recipient list.
Insert Personalized Hyperlink... Insert hyperlinks that are customized for each recipient.
Format Change the format for the field contents, such as date format or number format.
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Preview Results Replace the merge fields in your document with actual data from your recipient list so you can see what it looks like.
First Preview the first record in the recipient list.
Previous Preview the previous record in the recipient list.
Next Preview the next record in the recipient list.
Last Preview the last record in the recipient list.
Find Recipient... Find and preview a specific record in the recipient list by searching for text.
Exclude This Recipient Remove the selected recipient from the final merged results.
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Finish & Merge Complete the mail merge. --  -- You can create separate documents for each copy of the letter, send them all directly to the printer, or send them via e-mail.
Follow-up Prepare to follow up on this mailing.

 

Window

Arrange All Tile all open program windows side-by-side on the screen.
Cascade Cascade the open document windows on the screen so that they overlap.
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Switch Windows Switch to a different currently open window.

 

Help

Microsoft Publisher &Help Get help using Microsoft Office.
&About Microsoft Publisher

 

 

 

Standard and Formatting Toolbars

 

  • Standard Toolbar
  • Formatting Toolbar

Standard Toolbar

New
Open
Save
E-mail All Pages
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Print
Print Preview
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Spelling... Check the spelling of text.
Research... Open the Research Task Pane to search through reference materials, such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, and translation services.
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Cut Cut the selection and put it on the Clipboard.
Copy Copy the selection and put it on the Clipboard.
Paste Click here for more options such as pasting only the values or formatting.
Format Painter Copy formatting from one place and apply it to another. --  -- Double-click this button to apply the same formatting to multiple places in the document.
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Undo
Redo
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O&rder
Bring to Front Bring the selected object in front of all other objects so that no part of it is hidden behind another object.
Send to Back Send the selected object behind all other objects.
Bring Forward Bring the selected object forward so that it is hidden by fewer objects that are in front of it.
Send Backward Send the selected object backward so that it is hidden by the objects that are in front of it.
Align Align the edges of multiple selected objects. --  -- You can also center them or distribute them evenly across the page.
Rotate Rotate or flip the selected object.
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Hyperlink... Create a link to a Web page, a picture, an e-mail address, or a program.
Web Page Preview View your web pages inside your default browser.
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Columns Split text into two or more columns.
Text Direction Change the orientation of text to vertical.
Horizontal in Vertical... Change the orientation of the selected text to horizontal while keeping the remaining text vertical.
Show All Show paragraph marks and other hidden formatting symbols.
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Page Insert pages into the publication.
Text Box Insert a text box into the document, or add text to the selected shape.
Building Block Library Show the Building Block Library dialog box.
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Zoom: Specify the zoom level of the publication.

 

Formatting Toolbar

Styles Specify a style to apply to the paragraph of the selected text.
Font: Change the font face.
Font Size: Change the font size.
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Bold Make the selected text bold.
Italic Italicize the selected text.
Underline Underline the selected text.
Subscript Create small letters below the text baseline.
Superscript Create small letters above the line of text.
Change Case Change the selected text to small cap text, to all cap text, or back to normal text.
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Align Left Align text to the left.
Center
Align Right Align text to the right.
Justify Align text to both the left and right margins, adding extra space between words as necessary. --  -- This creates a clean look along the left and right side of the page.
Distribute All Lines Align paragraph to both the left and right margins by adding extra space between characters as necessary.
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Character Spacing Adjust the spacing between characters
Line Spacing Specify the line spacing to use.
Paragraph Spacing Specify the paragraph spacing to use.
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Numbering Start a numbered list. --  -- Click the arrow to choose different numbering formats.
Bullets Start a bulleted list. --  -- Click the arrow to choose different bullet styles.
Decrease Indent Decrease the indent level of the paragraph.
Increase Indent Increase the indent level of the paragraph.
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Decrease Font Size Decrease the font size.
Increase Font Size Increase the font size.
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Shape Fill Fill the selected shape with a solid color, gradient, picture, or texture.
Pen Color Change the pen color.
Font Color Change the text color.
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More Lines... Show the Format Shape dialog box to specify advanced line styles.
Arrows
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Shadow Effects Add a shadow to the shape.
3-D Effects Add a 3-D effect to the shape.
Clear Formatting Clear all the formatting from the selection, leaving only the plain text.
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What is Classic Menu for Office

The Classic Menu for Office 2010, 2013 and 2016 Brings familiar classic menus and toolbars back to Microsoft Office 2010, 2013 and 2016. You can use Office 2010/2013/2016 immediately and efficiently, and don't need any trainings or tutorials when upgrading to Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Visio...) 2010/2013. The screen shot is as following.

 

 

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It includes Classic Menu for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, Access, InfoPath, Visio and Project 2010, 2013 and 2016.

 

 

 

 
 
 

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