Zooming and panning a publication


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Zooming and panning a publication

When working with publications in Microsoft Publisher 2010, there are times when you'll need to work on the layout and have a bird's eye view of your document. There are other times where you need to zoom in to work on the content. So, there are different zoom levels to choose from, and some functionality you need to know about. We're going to explore that now using, first this document called Brochure6.pub, and you'll notice that it's a two-page document, and it's laid out landscape, in other words, it's wider than it is tall. If we go to the View tab, you'll notice in the zoom area here of this tab that the zoom level has been set for us, to 68%, and this allows us to see the entire page.

If we move to another document and open it up, here we've got a postcard, and in this case, we've got the two-page document, again laid out portrait, and to see the entire page, if we go to the View tab, you'll notice the zoom level is set for us to 54%. So ...

Zooming and panning a publication
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Zooming and panning a publication provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Publisher 2010 Essential Training

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