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Here are the top ten articles for the Desktop Publishing / Ebooks Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Making a Background Transparent Using Photoshop
In this article I show you how to make the background of a round object transparent using Photoshop. It is not hard to do if you know how to do it.
2. Find Free eBooks Online
Find out where you can go to find tons of free ebooks—and not just public domain books or classics.
3. Creating Decorative Bullets in Word 2007
Instead of the usual round black bullet point, how about a different shape, or color, or dingbat or picture, to make your bullet list stand out and draw more attention to it? In Word 7 you can do this very easily.
4. Creating Recipe Cards with Word
Using MS Word and Avery Postcard blanks (#3263), makes quick work of creating recipe cards for yourself and for gift giving.
5. Watermarks and Backgrounds (MS Word)
All about using Watermarks and Backgrounds in your Word Document
6. Printing Address Labels from Excel File
MS Word´s mail merge feature must be used to print labels from an Excel file. Here´s how it´s done.
7. Brochure Templates in Word 2007
If you are having one of those days when the design juices just aren't flowing, check out some of the templates that come with Word. For this article I decided to explore the brochure templates offered with Word. I chose "Brochure-Trendy Eclectic design".
8. Excel Pie Chart
Instructions on creating Pie Charts using Excel.
9. MS Office - Paint your Documents with the Format Painter
Can you use a paint brush? Even if you are not artistically inclined, you will be able to decrease the time you spend formatting your document and assure consistency by using the Format Painter in the MS Office Suite. Learn more about how to use this tool.
10. MS Word - Creating a Table out of Tabbed Text
You started your document with a list of data in tabbed format and now realize that you need the structure a table can provide. Stop, don´t retype the info. Convert it to a table. Here´s how.
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