What is Microsoft Publisher and what's it for?

Microsoft Publisher is an editing program focused on creating printed documents and materials such as bulletins, envelopes, catalogs, leaflets, brochures, posters or calendars. The first edition of this program was released by Microsoft back in 1991, it’s part of the Microsoft Office suite, and can be purchased through the two versions offered of this office package: Office 356, in its Home and Personal versions, and Microsoft Office 2016, only within its Professional version. As you can imagine, it’s a commercial application that can be purchased by means of a monthly or annual subscription or a single payment together with the rest of tools of the Microsoft Office suite: Word, Excel, Outlook, Access…

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How to convert PDF to Microsoft Publisher

To be able to convert file in PDF format to Microsoft Publisher format, we have to resort to third-party tools as Microsoft’s program doesn’t offer us the possibility to open a PDF and then save it in its own native format.

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How to install Microsoft Publisher

To be able to install Microsoft Publisher you need to access the official Microsoft Office website. You can get there from our datasheet about Publisher at Malavida, by clicking on the green Download button or accessing it web hosted on the Office site straight from your favorite browser. That’s basically because this tool is part of that office suite.

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How Microsoft Publisher works

With Microsoft Publisher, to know how it works, the first thing to do is know what you want to design. It’s necessary that you take into account the following things:

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How to convert Microsoft Publisher to PDF

To be able to convert a Microsoft Publisher publication to PDF format straight from the Office software, we have to carry out the following operation:

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