How to make a business card using Microsoft Publisher 2010
Microsoft Publisher 2010 is the latest edition of the application that can be used to create professional looking publication material like calendars, brochures, greeting cards and business cards. You can create an impact with the publication material that you create using Microsoft Publisher 2010.
You can create a business card for yourself for the first time or you can revamp your existing card style. Besides creativity and imagination, you also require the skills of Microsoft Publisher 2010 to do it all by yourself. Microsoft Publisher 2010 is set with features such as enhanced picture-editing tools, OpenType typography, and sharing facilities.
How to create a business card?
Here's the complete process in a few simple steps to make it real easy for you.
- Go to the ‘Start’ menu and open Microsoft Publisher 2010.
- Go to ‘File’ and click on ‘New’.
- Select the ‘Business Cards’ option from the displayed list.
- Microsoft Publisher 2010 will now open the available built-in templates. Browse and select a particular template as per your preference.
- Double-click on it to select it.
- Once selected, you can start editing the contents of the template and fill in relevant details such as name, designation, phone numbers, address, etc.
- Customize the contents by formatting the same. Change alignment, font style, font size, color, margin, etc. and complete it. You can also edit the business information as per your need and create an impressive business card.
- Click on the ‘Save’ option to save the changes.
By following the above steps, you can create business cards at home, without any help of professional designers and by simply using your own ideas. If you have access to a printer, you can even go ahead and print these cards at home. And that’s how Microsoft Publisher 2010 will help you save money easily!
Tip: Your business card should exhibit your profession and your essence clearly. It should be impressive and yet not over-board with design and information.
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