Microsoft Publisher 2013 Open License
What's new in Publisher 2013?
Microsoft Publisher 2013 offers new ways to work with your pictures, so you can move them around, swap them, and add visual pop to your publications with new picture and text effects.
Working with pictures
Publisher 2013 lets you search for pictures in one place, whether theyre on your computer, in the Office.com clip art gallery, or on the web.
Publisher 2013 makes it easier to work with batches of photos. When you choose several pictures at one time, Publisher places them in a column in the?scratch area.
From the scratch area you can drag a picture onto the publication page and drag it back off again, or swap one picture for another if you dont like the way a layout looks.
To swap two pictures, either both on the page or with one in the scratch area, select one picture and drag it by the mountain icon to the other picture until a pink highlight appears around the picture. Release the mouse button and the swap is complete.
Creating picture backgrounds
Your pictures make impressive backgrounds for your publication pages. From within your publication, right-click a picture, choose?Apply to Background, and then click either?Fill?to expand the picture to take up the entire background, or?Tile?to fill your background with tiles of your picture.
Choose from the many new picture effects available in Publisher 2013 to apply shadows, reflections, glow, soft edges, bevels, and 3-D rotations to your pictures.
Select the picture and click?Picture Effects?on the?Picture Tools??Format?tab.
You can also apply new effects to the text in your publications: Choose from new shadows, reflections glows, and bevels. Select the text and click?Text Effects?on the?Text Box Tools??Format?tab.
Photo center printing
Online photo printing options have never been so convenient, and now you can save your publications specifically for photo printing. Each page of your publication is saved as a JPEG picture that you can upload to a photo center website for printing.
Open licensing?is for small to mid-sized organizations that have less than 250 desktop PCs and who order as few as five licenses.? Benefits of Open License include, discounts off the retail price of software, the ability to track and manage licenses by using online tools, and the rights to create a standard image and deploy it on multiple machines, and rights to transfer licenses from one machine to another.
There are no product specifications.