Making a brochure is as easy as using Microsoft Word. A brochure is printed using standard 8 1/2" ? 11" paper, and is folded into thirds to create sections with different content. To start making a brochure, Microsoft Word has a built-in template that starts the creation process.
The first step in making a brochure is to browse the available templates and find a good, eye-catching design. The second step is to add original content, such as words and images that are relevant to the topic of the brochure. Microsoft Word has the ability to adjust the size and color of your text, as well as manipulate the size and placement of any images. Microsoft Word is not as precise as professional software such as Adobe InDesign, but choosing an attractive template allows the user to achieve the desired result.
Once a user is certain that the brochure looks good and that the content is in its right place, the next step involves properly printing the brochure. A printing technique called "full bleed" ensures that the brochure is printed as desired, without any white space taking up the brochure. Test print the brochure to see if the "bleed" gives the most accurate result.