How to Make a Certificate in Microsoft Publisher

A certificate is a printed document that bears information about a particular individual's accomplishment, certification, or completion. Certificates also contain a particular fact, especially in an event such as birth, marriage, medical certificate, or even death. You can freely refer to our guide below on how you can formulate your certificates effectively.

1. Run Your Microsoft Publisher Application

If it is your first time to do a layout project such as certificates, Microsoft Publisher can be your excellent application use. The application offers user-friendly features and high-quality editing tools that are suitable for your layout needs. Also, you can access it to any of your devices, so it is fast and convenient for your part.

2. Determine Your Certificate Use

Certificates don't only limit for a legal transaction use. These types of documents can also be used as a means of an intangible award to a business or organization. That is why before you craft your certificates, you need to identify first the purpose of having one. Whether you want an academic certificate, award certificate, sports completion certificate, or gift certificate, identifying these will serve as your foundation upon your certificate actualization.

3. Select A Certificate Size

Considering the right size use for your certificate is an essential task for you, for this will determine the volume of content that you want to include in your design. If you refer to the internet, there are numerous sites that you can freely use in your certificate layout. However, we suggest that you the right size for your certificates. Our sample certificates that here on our site offer you a standard size of (US) 8.5x11 inches + Bleed that is perfect for your layout.

4. Digitally Layout Your Certificate

Make your certificates more presentable upon granting it to your specified recipients. How? By properly enhance it through making use of high-quality design objects. Choose the best design elements from typography, color scheme, down to images. If you opt to make a certificate to your company such as membership certificates, it's highly recommended that your brand scheme for consistency purposes.

General FAQs

  • How do I access Microsoft Publishers default templates?

  • How do I change my certificate templates layout color in Publisher?

  • How do I customize a color scheme for my certificate in Publisher?

  • How do I change my certificates background color in Publisher?

  • How do I add a logo to my certificate template in Publisher?

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