Diagrams Made Easy with Microsoft Publisher
Many people aren’t aware that they already have Microsoft Publisher as one of the standard Office applications. It can be used to create professional looking brochures, cards, flyers, etc. As well as the range of templates provided, documents can be created from scratch, by inserting text boxes and images.
This course includes tips on professional printing.
Course dates are in this 1-page PDF - new dates are added throughout the year - http://go.qub.ac.uk/trainingschedule. Course can be offered for your unit/area if there are 6 or more delegates
COVID 19 Restrictions
Due to Covid-19 restrictions face-to-face training can no longer be offered at this time. The course will take the following format:
- A 1 hour on-line training session via MS Teams
- Post-session: Participants will be provided with access to a workbook and associated files to complete asynchronously
- A follow-up online clinic to address any queries/questions related to topics covered during the session
- Additional topic specific resources (see link below) can be accessed as required
This collection of resources can be accessed via LinkedIn Learning, an online learning resource for staff. New users will need to complete the LinkedIn Learning sign-up here.
Experience of using other Microsoft applications with ribbon and tabs (Word, etc.) An understaning of Word Processing would be very useful.
To book a place on a training course, log onto Queen's Online (www.qub.ac.uk/qol), then select 'Training Courses' from the list on the left of the page and follow the link for 'iTrent Self Service'.
Course Contact DetailsName: IT Training and Assessment Unit
Telephone: 9097 6189
New Course: No
Course Type(s): Specialist - Continuing Professional Development
Staff Categories: All Staff
Keywords: DTP, Desktop Publishing, PR, publishing, publisher, Leaflet, Brochures, page layout and design