Microsoft Publisher puts the power of desktop publishing in to the hands of every day users, and the latest release is more user-friendly than ever. Anyone can create and format a range of publications that include magazine and newspaper layouts to flyers and brochures. Incorporating graphics, photos or other design options is easy, and it is easy to fine-tune placement to ensure a polished and professional finish.
There is an extensive help and tutorial section that can address a wide range of topics and issues, and even beginners can create dazzling publications in no time at all. The free trial includes all of the features and options, and users will love the easy to use platform.
Downloading takes time because the file is large, and registration is necessary in order to unlock the trial. The program is not resource-intensive, and it works fine on older and slower computers. The menus are sleek and easy to navigate, and the layout is designed with productivity in mind. There are no complicated codes or shortcuts to learn, and the software does not require a lot of tweaking or configuration.
This is by far the easiest and most comprehensive publishing software on the market today. There are a few freeware programs that try and duplicate what Microsoft Publisher offers, but none of them come close to giving users such a well-rounded experience.
There are limitless templates and layouts to choose from, and designing publications from scratch requires little more than pure creativity. Inserting clip-art is easy, and creating classy and attention-getting publications only requires basic computing skills. The only substantial downside to this amazing program is that it costs a lot of money, but all of the user-friendly features make it worth the expense.