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Tip You can create a PDF or XPS le by using the Save As command or the Publish As PDF Or XPS command; either produces the same result.
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See Also For more information about saving in PDF or XPS format, see Packaging Publications for Printing in 3, Creating Colorful Cards and Calendars.
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Graphic image. You can save a publication in several image le formats, including Portable Network Graphics Format (.png), Device Independent Bitmap (.bmp), Graphics Interchange Format (.gif), Tag Image File Format (.tiff), and JPEG File Interchange Format (.jpg). A publication saved in one of these formats is simply a large picture. This is the lowest common denominator and makes it more likely that any recipient can view your publication, regardless of what applications are installed on his or her computer. Choose the le type carefully, because some graphic le formats create very large les. You can also save publications as text les, documents, and Web pages, but these formats will not necessarily preserve the design elements as you intend. You can create an e-mail message from any of these three starting points: A design template A blank publication An existing publication of any format
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See Also For more information, see Creating a Message from a Multi-Page Publication later in this chapter.
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Publisher 2007 includes design templates for these six types of e-mail messages: Invitations to an activity or presentation Product-marketing messages and catalogs Letter-style communications Newsletters There are 44 designs available for each message type, for a total of 264 template choices, plus two blank templates. These templates are designed to provide a starting point for your message, but as with other publications, you can personalize the content as much or as little as you want. Tip A bene t of designing publications for online viewing is that you can use colors and photographic artwork without worrying about the cost of printing or the appearance of the printed version. Just remember to use graphics of a reasonable size and resolution to avoid clogging up the recipient s e-mail inbox with huge messages.
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Two standard message page sizes are available: Short (5.818 x 11 inches) and Large (5.818 x 66 inches). The default design template content lls the 11 inch high message format. Choose the page length most likely to accommodate your intended content. You can change the page size after you create the initial message. If you choose the longer page, you can reduce the page length to t the nal content although you don t have to. When Publisher creates the e-mail message from the publication, it sizes the message to the precise length of the content. Tip We asked a member of the Publisher development team why the message template width is set to 5.818 inches, but she didn t know why that odd measurement was chosen. It likely has to do with the width of an Outlook message window or Reading Pane. Do you know why If so, we d love to hear from you! In this exercise, you will create an e-mail message from a template, format the message background, duplicate a group of objects, and send the message. There is no practice le for this exercise. BE SURE TO install and con gure Outlook, Outlook Express, or Windows Mail before beginning this exercise.
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1. Start Publisher and display the Getting Started window. In the Publication Types
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list, click E-mail. Then scroll the center pane to see the available templates.
2. In the Newer Designs category, under Product List, click PhotoScope. In the
Customize pane, set the Color scheme to (default template colors), and the Font scheme to (default template fonts). Then click Create. Publisher creates a one-page publication in the Large message format, containing placeholder design elements, graphics, and text for a catalog-like promotional message. If you have saved information in an information set, some details are lled in for you. (In this example, we re using information from a ctitious winery.)
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