Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Create Columns
Adding Extra Touches
Create Custom Columns
1 Select the text that you want to
place into columns.
Note: If you want to apply columns to
all text in your document, skip Step .
2 Click the Page Layout tab.
3 Click the Columns button.
4 Click More Columns .
The Columns dialog box appears.
5 Click a preset for the type of column
style that you want to apply.
B You can include a vertical line
separating the columns (
to ).
6 Deselect this option to set exact
widths for each column (
to ).
7 Set an exact column width and
spacing here.
C You can specify whether the columns
apply to the selected text or the
entire document.
8 Click OK.
D Word applies the column format to
the selected text, or to your
document if you skipped Step .
How do I wrap column text around a picture or
other object?
Click the picture or other object that you want to
wrap, click the Format tab, click the Wrap Text
button, and then click the type of wrapping that
you want to apply.
Can I create a break within a column?
Yes. To add a column break, click where you want the
break to occur and then press
. To
remove a break, select it and press . To
return to a one-column format, click the Columns
button on the Page Layout tab, and then select the
single-column format.
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