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Choosing the right software

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Design stage - choosing the right software I could use the following software: * Microsoft Word * Microsoft PowerPoint * Microsoft Publisher * CorelDraw * Microsoft Paint Word is a Word Processing program but it does have some desktop Publishing features. The features of Word that I know about include: Text formatting - size and style Cutting and pasting Insert picture by using ClipArt Use WordArt Use text boxes Group objects together Use column formatting Insert tables Mail merge PowerPoint is a presentations program but it can be used for DeskTop Publishing. ...read more.

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It allows you top manipulate text and graphic objects on the screen and you can import images and text from other Office programs. The features of Publisher that I know about include: Text formatting - size and style Cutting and pasting Insert picture by using ClipArt Use WordArt Use text boxes Group objects together Use column formatting Insert tables Using templates to help start with new posters, letters and CD covers and so forth. ...read more.

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You can import clipart and drawings made in other programs and then change them in CorelDraw. A big advantage of CorelDraw is that the drawing can be made bigger or smaller without getting jagged edges. This is because it uses vector drawing instead of bitmap images. Paint is a simple drawing package that uses bitmap images. It is easy to use but the drawings get jagged at the edges when you make them bigger or smaller. The software that I will use: Information Technology Coursework Remember to type your name, form, candidate number and the date ...read more.

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