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Student Name: Liza Adeli ICT GCSE Coursework Module Name: Desktop Publishing Process: Analysis Software I could use a Desktop Publishing package, Microsoft Publisher, because this would enable me to use various different templates, be able to use clip-art, and other features which make it easier to produce good designs that would all add up to a professional outcome. I could also use Microsoft Word, but I feel that this software is mainly used for letters and documents that contain some images and text, because of the special features it has to offer. Microsoft Word does not allow you to get your desired results as quickly and as easily as in a Desktop Publishing package. Yes, Word's performance is great as a word processor, but there is no point spending hours trying to do things in Word that can be done in minutes with Publisher. I feel that the best software to use is Microsoft Publisher. Not only does is it quick and easy to use but it gives you professional results every time. ...read more.


I will also incorporate a coloured background into the flyer and I will use the information from my end user to add certain points such as contacts and other texts. My end user has provided me with a copy of the company logo which I will insert on both flyers and business cards. For the background, I will insert a suitable clip-art and send it to the back. I will use the same template and color scheme for both flyer and business card so that they will be synchronized with each other. Format of Information and Graphics For the Flyer, I will use a full page publication type. Then, I will choose the most suitable publication design from the ones in the gallery. Next, I will chose the appropriate colour scheme, "moss", which shows light olive shades of green as I believe it looks advanced and prevailing for an electronics shop. My logo will be at the center of the page to give emphasis; my company name will be at the top in big bold letters. ...read more.


This is necessary, because all of the information I collected is true and it came from my end user himself, Mr. Alexander Loo. My data will be backed up and saved whenever a change is made and new data are added. Security My project does not need a great level of security; however, it is required of me to keep the data safe. Stated below are a few things I should do to keep the data safe. * I should log off instead of leaving my program running while it is unattended. * I must always have a log-on password so that no-one else can access my data without my permission * I will never leave a file opened when my computer is unattended * I will keep my password secret * I will never risk leaving documents lying around where it should not be * I must have an anti-virus protection on my computer * I must save my data on a floppy disk and hide it where it is safe from theft, or any problems of the same sort. ...read more.

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