I Am Wondering If An EE Expert Can Provide Me Excellent Online Resources To ALL The Known Features And Functions For Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 and 2010?

Posted on 2011-10-13
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Hello. I have a question to ask you.

I am now using Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 and 2010 on my Windows 7 Professional 64-bit operating system. I am impressed with the things a user can do with this program.

From the program's GUI (Graphic User Interface), both Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 and 2010 'appear' intuitive to master or use with time and practice. However, like most Microsoft Office programs I have learned; I am sure there are 'MANY' hidden, unknown, or unfamiliar practical features that a user can yet learn from this program.


I was wondering if an EE expert can provide me some well written, detailed and documented online website link resource(s) hopefully with images and demonstrations along with the instructions about all the known features and functions for BOTH Microsoft Office Publisher 2007 and 2010? A free web source is recommended; but if you can recommend a paid online resource, I am receptive to that as well. I understand using common sense, any 'Microsoft' online web resource(s) is probably one of the 'best' online resources; however there may be very good third party web resource(s) online that 'could be' even better you recommend too.

Please provide your best possible well written, detailed and documented website link resource(s) hopefully with images and demonstrations along with the instructions; and/or your own detailed steps with suggestions, facts, hints, and tips.

Please reply.

Thank you!  
Question by:RegulaOne
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ded9 earned 600 total points
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jawa29 earned 400 total points
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Also Microsoft have some online stuff http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/training-FX101782702.aspx

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@ ded9, jawa29, & nobus:

Hello. Nice to see you, ded9 and nobus again! Nice to meet you, jawa29! Thank you all for your comments!

This type of question is the kind of question that we do not talk about the latest Star Trek movie that is underway or the latest top 10 movie reviews in Hollywood, everyone wins! ¿ All your responses in your comments are applicable to my initial question I have posted.

I have reviewed all your recommendations for links and I am impressed with all of them, but especially lynda.com's website by ded9 and nobus's recommendation for about.com that is known for 'decent' training to the 'intermediate level' for free. jawa29 weblink in itself didn't show Microsoft Publisher links directly on the webpage, but with some searching I did find some webpages. nobus follows up jawa29 comment with webpage information per Microsoft 'directly' to Microsoft Publisher webpage with Microsoft 'Training Courses" that are the free ones and not the paid ones Microsoft has as well.

So there are two ways of looking or evaluating at this question/thread. The 'best' is in the eye of the beholder as a figure of speech or one's personal opinion that is why ‘everyone wins’. In terms of 'quality DETAILED instruction', I see lynda.com seems from my review provide me FURTHER explanation AT THE TIME WHEN I NEED IT with her detailed instruction for a paid monthly or yearly price. I see Microsoft and About.com provide me a 'good general understanding' of Microsoft Publisher as I have already experienced with 'some limited' study. So when I say I am looking for the 'best' is it: an expensive Cadillac (equiv. lyndia.com) that I take out on Sunday afternoon drive or a versatile Chevy Pickup (equiv. Microsoft & About.com for their general useful introductory inforamtion and instruction) that I can use for all kinds of purposes anytime. I take the Chevy Pickup. Therefore nobus's comments exemplify this better because nobus's weblinks are little more critically proclaimed than jawa29's. nobus will get the “Accepted Solution” since nobus’s weblinks are a good starting point (250 points). I found ded9’s lynda.com’s website as the runner up (“Assisted Solution” or 150 points) in that it is a great and wonderful ‘FURTHER’ resource to learn more detailed techniques with Publisher. jawa29 will receive 100 points and the “Assisted Solution” as well.
Again, thank you all for your valued input!!!
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tx for feedback RegulaOne

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