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Producing the Leaflet

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Producing the Leaflet I used Microsoft Publisher to produce my Leaflet as this program hosted a variety of styles and different colour options, making the Leaflet more attractive. Choosing the design and format Firstly I opened up a new file and chose the style 'axis' under the subheading catalog, as shown below: This gave me the template of the leaflet. All I had to do know was to add pictures and information into the Leaflet and give product descriptions, under the template for catalogs it came up with a default number of pages which was 8; this entitled me to have more information to be placed onto the leaflet than intended. ...read more.

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This method is shown below: 2) Once I clicked on 'from file...', it then came up with another window and displayed 'my pictures' I then clicked onto the Games World logo. As shown below; 3) Once clicked, the logo was then placed onto the leaflet and I placed it near to the top of the leaflet as shown below: I repeated this method to place other pictures onto the leaflet. Catching the eye of the target Audience So the new and existing customers can identify the products that my company sells I decided to put the pictures of the four consoles that my company sells on the front of the leaflet. ...read more.

Conclusion

I then copy and pasted the map onto the Leaflet. On the back I also placed pictures of the games world headquarters As shown on the next page the final back page of the leaflet: The final back page of the leaflet: Services and consoles page The services which include the Games World membership, pictures of the membership card and the Games World gifts, the cap and keyring is placed on the leaflet and the swapping of old games to new will be placed on the left page. Descriptions and pictures of the four game consoles my company sells will be on the right. As you can see the above is illustrated in the screen capture below: ?? ?? ?? ?? Communications Project 1A Ahmed Hanslot Page 1 of 7 Producing the Leaflet.doc ...read more.

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