If you've got a small school having a limited yearbook budget or remain in a group of homeschoolers who would like to create your own yearbook; you might want to use one if not more of the following templates.
There are four unique templates, each including two corresponding pages, and every template comes in both Publisher and Word formats. The templates vary slightly from Publisher to Word, as not every feature can be found in both programs.
If you simply need to have a basic template to make yearbook pages with student photos as well as their names, this is ideal for you.
Each page carries a section for that title. In Publisher, click it the sample text and type over it. In Word, the title is incorporated in the header.
The Publisher template includes picture placeholders, in order to click inside of a box to start the Insert Picture dialog automatically.
In Word, you are able to click within the box and select Picture on the Insert tab or menu, even if you need to resize the photo when you insert it. Each box inside column bordering the photos is really a text box into which you'll be able to type student names.
Students (and also staff) might appreciate the classic rock reference on this template, or perhaps it will simply be a fond reminder from the school building.
The Word and Publisher templates have become similar, with brick wall backgrounds, WordArt objects for the page title plus the year, together with tables into which you may insert photos and names or captions. In Publisher, the image placeholders are clickable and open the Insert logo design Image, nevertheless, you will have to insert and format photos in Word.
This yearbook page template might be better suited to get a general page or perhaps extracurricular group page in contrast to individual students' photos.
The corkboard background appears to be something you will probably find in a locker or student's bedroom. Most with the objects about the pages have picture placeholders in Publisher. In Word, simply click about the shape to select it. Right-click and judge Format Shape or Format Object. Select the Picture option around the Fill tab and insert the photo you intend to add.
In addition, the Memories design over the second page is often a WordArt object, which means you may change the link or select another font style, colour or WordArt style.
The finally offering within this collection of yearbook page templates is a whimsical design that could be best suited for that photography club, drama class or cast within your high school musical.
The appearance these templates are slightly different in Word and Publisher. The Word template (shown here) contains the individual strips around the first page and also the large placeholder for the second, as the pages are transposed in Publisher.