How to Make a Double-Sided Brochure in Microsoft Publisher (7 Steps)
By Sam N. Austin
Microsoft Office Publisher provides complete templates that allow you to make a variety of publications such as flyers, business cards, newsletters, sales presentations and brochures. Publisher provides complete designs for the publications, with recommended fonts, colors, image locations and text sizes, so that you can make your document with minimal effort. With both Microsoft Office 2003 and Microsoft Office 2010, you can make a double-sided brochure in Microsoft Publisher using pre-loaded templates.
Click "File" in the upper left-hand side of the Microsoft Publisher menu bar, and then click "New" from the drop-down menu. This opens the "New Publication" pane.
Click "Publications for Print" under "New from a design" to change from the "New Publication" pane to the "Publications for Print" pane.
Click "Brochures" in the "Publications for Print" pane, and then click "Informational" in the list of publication types. This opens sample templates in the right-side content pane of the Microsoft Publisher Window and sets the left-side pane to "Brochure Options."
Click to select either a 3-Panel or 4-Panel brochure in the "Brochure Options" pane, depending on your preference. This creates a double-sided brochure in the right-side content pane. By default, the side of the brochure that includes the cover appears in the content pane.
Click the page number icon in the lower left-hand corner of the content pane to view the second side of the brochure.
Type information for your double-sided brochure, such as company name, address, phone number, email address and web site address in the boxes provided.
Type additional information for your brochure in the boxes provided and save the new brochure when you are finished.
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.