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What is Microsoft Publisher? Where do you get it, what is it for, how hard is it to learn?

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Microsoft Publisher is for making newsletters, brochures, calendars...  Check out this link http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/publisher/.  Most Microsoft products have somewhat of a learning curve, but its pretty simple.
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Microsoft Publisher is part of Microsoft Office Suite. This tool provides you with all options for designing your print medium publications like fliers, brochures, cards, calendars etc.  This is fairly easy to learn because it utilizes the same basic interface as other Microsoft Tools like Word, Excel and Outlook.

This tool is comparable to tools like Quark Express for desktop publishing (although QExpress is probably a more mature tool in my opinion)

You can get a nice set of tutorials at:

http://www.gcflearnfree.org/publisher2010
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Thanks for the answer and the tutorials!
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