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Chapter 7: Inside Word 2010
With its printer-centric roots, a Word document consists of one or more pages. Page sizes
are normally based on paper sizes used in desktop printers, although you can define a page
as any size up to 22 inches (558.7 mm) square.
In this section, we assume that you are using the standard Word 2010 Document (.docx)
format. For a description of other available formats, see Table 4-1, “Supported File Formats in
Word 2010,” on page 77.
Figure 7-1 shows a brochure/data sheet for a new product. In the figure, you can see some
features that can be incorporated into Word documents, such as pictures and other
graphics, text wrapped around irregular shapes, multiple-column layouts, tables, and bulleted
lists. We explain how to implement each of these features (and many more) in this and the
following three chapters.
Navigation pane
Ruler
Document statistics Gap between pages View settings
Figure 7-1 In Print Layout view, the document’s on-screen appearance closely matches its
printed output.
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