How To Create Brochure In Word 2010 For Free

Brochures
Last week I was working on a project which required me to have a brochure explaining few elements of my project. To tell you the truth, I have a good knowledge of computers and I have helped many throughout my life solve problems related to computer but unfortunately when it came to creating brochures I was useless. One of the biggest problem I was facing was the time retains which I had to submit my project on time while making it look good. I felt terrible but I didn't have enough time to do anything about it then. I was so glad when one of my colleague sent me a template which I was able to quickly edit it and print it out to submit it on time. Now while I was going through things I thought why not learn how she got the template and teach others so they won't face the same fate as I did when facing the same situation.



To make a free brochure take the following steps:

Step 1: Click File. Choose the option New and

click on Brochures and Booklets


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Step 2: Office will connect to Office.com and show many templates to choose from.

Step 3: Click on the desired template and click Download on the right hand side of the window.

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Step 3: Edit away! Make sure to save and print it if needed. Enjoy!

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11 comments :

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this info. I really liked it!

Anonymous said...

Really useful...thanks ! *thumbs up*

Anonymous said...

IT DOESN'T WORK

Design Freelancer said...

is there any specifiaction to be met for using template in ms word? the quality I mean. The resolution using ms word can be low, so if we print it down the result would be not in best result.

Mr Zao said...

beware of using template from microsoft if you consider a high quality printing for brochures. They not rich color specialist.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for u r help....

Anonymous said...

THANKS SO MUCH THIS MADE MY DAY :D

Anonymous said...

THANKS SO MUCH!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

u saved my life!!! :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
thanks!

Anonymous said...

AHHHHH Thank you! You saved my day! I would have never located this if it was not for your help!

Thank you

Anonymous said...

DOESNT HELP AT ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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