Microsoft Publisher Reviews

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Kathryn Juarez | TrustRadius Reviewer
March 18, 2020

Microsoft Publisher is simple and sleek!

Score 10 out of 10
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I use Microsoft Publisher for all of my newsletters and reports as well as invitations and ads.
  • Extremely user-friendly.
  • Easily converts to image files and PDF.
  • Simple maneuverability.
  • Less expensive alternative to high-end graphics programs.
  • Would like more built-in graphics.
  • Would like smaller file size.
  • Would like the ability to curve text.
Microsoft Publisher is perfect for desktop publishing, simple designs and graphics. The program is not well suited for graphic design work.
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Nicolas Hanhan | TrustRadius Reviewer
February 03, 2020

Microsoft Publisher Simple to Use

Score 8 out of 10
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I use Microsoft Publisher to create course flyers. Microsoft Publisher is used on an individual basis across the organization.
  • Easy create newsletters and flyers
  • Many templates to choose from
  • It doesn't have similar layout as other Microsoft applications such as Word and PowerPoint.
  • A little expensive compared to publishing software.
Microsoft Publisher is suitable for use in creating an event invitation on campus and course flyers to be placed on announcement boards. While it has the capability of publishing web pages, I think there is better software to create web pages.
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Matthew Smith | TrustRadius Reviewer
February 03, 2020

Microsoft Publisher for eNewsletter

Score 7 out of 10
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Right now, we use Microsoft Publisher, specifically in one department, which is the safety department. Every month we have meeting minutes recorded from our safety meeting and post the minutes on our website. I use Microsoft Publisher to edit the minutes into an eNewsletter to send out to all employees and make them aware of new safety action items
  • Developing eNewsletters
  • Mass email sending
  • Some of its interface felt a little dated
  • Limited integration from other Microsoft programs
If you have a large company and want to send flyers or newsletters to all employees or clients, then it’s a great way to bring that to one place. It’s great for news updates. I would avoid trying to use this as a marketing program. Microsoft Publisher is great for making templates.
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About Microsoft Publisher

Microsoft Publisher is a desktop publishing application available with an Office 365 subscription, or as a standalone download.
Categories:  Desktop Publishing

Microsoft Publisher Technical Details

Operating Systems: Unspecified
Mobile Application:No