How to Make a Pamphlet in Microsoft Word 2007

by Sam N. AustinUpdated September 28, 2017

Microsoft Office Word 2007 is designed for office use. Word 2007, therefore, includes a range of templates for office documents such as faxes, letters, memos and calendars. Word 2007 also includes templates for multi-page documents such as reports, brochures and pamphlets. Microsoft designed the templates so you can easily add text and graphics to meet your needs. For example, by starting with a template, you can make a pamphlet in Microsoft Word 2007 with information about your business or organization that provides a professional and polished appearance.

Click "Start > Programs > Microsoft Office > Microsoft Office Word 2007" to open Word.

Click the "Microsoft Office" button in the upper-left-hand corner of the Word menu bar, then click "Open" in the drop-down menu. This opens a "Look In" navigation bar.

Click the "Trusted Templates" icon in the navigation bar on the left. You will see a list of templates that are installed in Word.

Choose a pamphlet template by double-clicking on it.

Edit the text, graphics, fonts, colors and background images to create a pamphlet suitable for your needs.

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Sam N. Austin began writing professionally in 1990, and has held executive and creative positions at Microsoft, Dell and numerous advertising agencies. Austin writes on health and well-being as well as linguistics and international travel, business, management and emerging technologies. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in French from the University of Texas where he is a Master of Arts candidate in Romance linguistics.

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