Publisher 2013

  1. To print the second side, insert the stack of paper |0 back in the same tray, with the top edge of the printed side aligned ...
  2. To restore all registration settings to their default values and remove any per-object settings, click OK. To keep current ...
  3. To send a publication as an email message, you must install and configure (!idspnOutlook_Long) or Microsoft Outlook Express ...
  4. To send all pages of your publication as an e-mail message, Publisher will gather all of the content on one e-mail page. ...
  5. To spark interest in your garage sale, list the kinds of items you have for sale and the size of the sale if more than one ...
  6. To use the first or second option, confirm that your ISP supports Microsoft Front Page server extensions version 3.0 or above. ...
  7. Too many tab stops.Publisher allows you to set up to 20 tab stops in a paragraph. If you want to add this tab stop, you must ...
  8. Type a brief description of the topic, speaker, or sponsor. Change the picture to one of your own, such as a picture of the ...
  9. Type a description of the project, client, or activity. Change the picture to one of your own, such as a picture of the project. ...
  10. Type a description of this offer, including any limitations or restrictions. Use the bulleted list to highlight special features ...
  11. Type the date of an upcoming event. Type the name of the event, the time, location, and a phone number to call for more information. ...
  12. Type the page title, description, and keywords that best describe your Web site. This information is used by search engines ...
  13. Type the street address or the name of the neighborhood.Change the picture to one of your own, such as a map to your event ...
  14. Type the street address or the name of the neighborhood.Change the picture to one of your own, such as a map to your event ...
  15. Unable to add %s to the Building Block Library. This file may have been corrupted, or may be of an unsupported file type. ...
  16. Unable to update object. The object may no longer be accessible or registered correctly, or Windows may be low on memory ...
  17. Use Design Checker to find potential problems in your publication before printing, sending in email, or saving with Pack ...
  18. Use the page icons at the bottom of the document window in Publisher to reorder pages.To edit your product list or make changes ...
  19. Use the Spotlight to highlight important features or points of interest. To catch the reader's attention, place and interesting ...
  20. Use this space to provide more detailed information about your products or services. You can also include a graphic of a ...
  21. Use this space to provide more detailed information about your products or services. You can also include a graphic of a ...
  22. Use this space to tell your readers about your business, product, service, or event. This text should tell the reader what ...
  23. Very tall or very wide pictures may not look good as borders. This picture is %3.2f by %3.2f inches. Because it is not close ...
  24. We realize it's easy to get busy and overlook a payment. We would appreciate your prompt attention to your past due amount. ...
  25. We will treat the file and additional information as confidential and anonymous. If the publication contains secure or private ...
  26. When the Pack and Go Wizard finishes, you can learn more about the fonts that caused these problems using the Fonts dialog ...
  27. While converting a publication to a previous version of Publisher, some data might be lost.Would you like to continue with ...
  28. Windows is low on memory and may lose your publication's text formatting. To make more memory available, save your work and ...
  29. Windows is low on memory, or your hard disk is full. Try closing other programs and freeing some space on your hard disk ...
  30. Would you like to run the Design Checker now?The Design Checker will scan your publication looking for potential design and ...
  31. Write a description of the event or activity. Include details such as the main topic, a brief agenda, and other important ...
  32. Write a letter to a customer, client, or friend. You can create a letter for a specific individual, or create a form letter ...
  33. You are about to activate an embedded object that may contain viruses or be otherwise harmful to your computer.It is important ...
  34. You are currently viewing a two-page spread. We recommend that you insert or delete only an even number of pages; otherwise, ...
  35. You are importing text with a style, Normal, that is already used in this publication. The definitions of the styles are ...
  36. You are opening a publication that was created with a later version of Publisher. Properties that exist only in the later ...
  37. You are printing a publication containing embedded objects which are still being edited in another program.To print this ...
  38. You are printing your publication to a printer with duplex printing turned on. This will result in front-and-back printing ...
  39. You are saving a publication containing embedded objects that are still being edited in another program.To save this publication, ...
  40. You are saving a publication that was created in a later version of Publisher. Properties that exist only in the later version ...
  41. You are switching to a single master page. There are objects on the left master page that will no longer be visible. To show ...
  42. You are trying to close a custom undo context while you do not have one opened. User actions may implicitly close the undo ...
  43. You can do one of the following: find the linked picture and update it, print the low-resolution picture currently displayed ...
  44. You can only type into one text box, table, or shape at a time. To add text to an object, select the object and then type ...
  45. You can press the F9 key to quickly switch between your current zoom setting and 100%, and to switch back and forth between ...
  46. You can save a maximum of %d characters. Click OK to store the first %d characters, or click Cancel to return to the publication ...
  47. You can use this panel to list the accomplishments of your fund-raising efforts, such as specific examples of individuals ...
  48. You did not insert any merge fields into your publication. If you print the publication now, it will not contain any data ...
  49. You have a connected text box in the scratch area. Publisher cannot switch between the master page and the foreground when ...
  50. You have changed the paper size for your %s printer to '%s'. Your %s printer supports '%s'. Do you want to change the paper ...
  51. You have chosen a word that is not found in the main or custom dictionaries. Do you want to use this word and continue checking? ...
  52. You have entered an incorrect delimiter, or you forgot to specify one.Enter the field separator character that appears in ...
  53. You have moved a merge field outside the Catalog Merge Area. Your product list data will not be merged into fields outside ...
  54. You have no templates saved to My Templates. To save a publication as a template, choose the Publisher Template type in the ...
  55. You have reached the maximum number of styles. Publisher cannot work with more than 255 styles. Some styles may not be imported ...
  56. You have typed an invalid field name.A field name can contain alphabetic and numeric characters, underscores, hyphens, and ...
  57. You must align this object to margins.Because there is only one object selected, you must line it up to the page margins. ...
  58. You must have a text box or table selected in order to insert fields into your publication. For information on how to insert ...
  59. You need to install address validation software before you can validate the addresses of your recipients. Would you like ...
  60. You previously published this Web site with the name '%s' and the Internet address (URL) '%s'.Click Yes to republish to the ...
  61. You tried to access a dBASE (.DBF) file, but its associated memo (.DBT) file couldn't be found or was invalid. Make sure ...
  62. You're loading a font with the same name as a font installed on your operating system. Publisher will use the embedded font ...
  63. You've chosen to start printing at row %d. The paper you've chosen to print on will not fit that many rows. Choose OK to ...
  64. You've typed some text but did not create a text box first. Publisher has created a text box for you. For information on ...
  65. Your Building Block Library has reached a size of %d MB. You may continue adding items to your Building Block Library. However, ...
  66. Your custom page size file %s appears corrupt. For help recovering the file, click Office Diagnostics on the Help menu, and ...
  67. Your email message contains form controls, which will be converted to images when your message is sent. After the controls ...
  68. Your publication contains %d spot inks. You must reduce the number of spot inks to %d or fewer. To do this automatically, ...
  69. Your publication has been converted to RGB mode. This mode allows you to use all of the new features in Publisher. This change ...
  70. Your publication uses characters from more than one character set. Browsers may not show this mix of characters correctly. ...