Physical Therapy

Use this guide as a starting point for your research in the area of physical therapy as well as topics in general health, physiology and kinesiology.

Creating a Brochure

To Create a Brochure Using Publisher:

(Applies To: Publisher 2019, 2016 & 2013)

For anything from a trifold or 3-panel brochure to a flyer, a template is the fastest way to start a new publication. Here’s how to choose and customize a brochure template.

  • Depending on what version of Publisher you have: On the Start page that appears when you open Publisher, either: type in "brochure" at the search OR click on Built-In 

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Click on Built-in

  • Click Brochure.
    • Tip: You can get to the Start page anytime by clicking File > New.
    • You may need to search for Brochures in Online Templates.
  • Click a brochure in the gallery of brochure templates and click Create.
    • Tip:  Click the arrows next to More Images to get a better look at the template or click on an individual template.

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To change your template:

Don’t like the brochure template you chose? You can change it.

  • Click Page Design > Change Template.
  • Replace the template text or graphics by right-clicking a text box or graphic and clicking Delete Text or Change Picture.
To customize a template:

After you find a template you like, you can customize it.

  • Click the Page Design tab and experiment with color themes, fonts, and backgrounds.
  • When you’re happy with the results, click File > Print and choose an option:
    • Click Export to save as PDF or other Pack and Go options for photo or commercial printing.
    • Click Print to make copies on your personal printer.

From MS Office Support; use the link below to access more info.

Printing a Brochure

Print a Brochure on Campus Computers

  1. Choose File > Print > Color Printer
  2. Under Settings, choose: Print on Both Sides: Flip sheets on short edge

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