Using Microsoft Templates as Marketing Tools

June 1, 2011 at 11:58 am Leave a comment

To save time it is very beneficial to use Microsoft templates that are already included in the software. You may not find exactly what you’re looking for, but the templates can provide you with a basic outline, which you can modify for your own needs. If you are unfamiliar of how to get to these templates, just follow these steps.
After you have already opened up the Microsoft program go to NEW, then chose the office template category you are looking for…it’s that easy.

Below are some document templates I came across that I thought could be valuable to a marketing department. These forms are in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Adobe Acrobat formats and can be used and/or edited freely. Some of the Word worksheets are protected as “forms,” but with no password. Simply select “Unprotect Form” from the “Tools” menu in Word to edit the text and layout of the document.

Planning Forms

Trade Show Planning Checklists

Web Site Promotion

Scheduling and Budget Forms

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