Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Numbering the Pages
Notice the shaded areas on the left and right side of the ruler. These areas
represent the page margins.
Indenting in the Paragraph dialog box
Yet another way to indent a paragraph or first line is to visit the Paragraph
dialog box, as shown in Figure 2-5. Click in or select the paragraph or
paragraphs in question, go to the Home or Page Layout tab, and click
the Paragraph group button. You see the Indents and Spacing tab of the
Paragraph dialog box. Change the indentation settings. If you want to indent
the first line or create a hanging indent, choose First Line or Hanging on the
Special drop-down list and enter a measurement in the By box.
Book II
Chapter 2
Numbering the Pages
How do you want to number the pages in your document? You can number
them in sequence starting with the number 1, start numbering pages with
a number other than 1, use Roman numerals or other number formats, and
include chapter numbers in page numbers. What’s more, you can number
the pages differently in each section of your document as long as you
divided your document into sections.
When it comes to numbering pages, you can proceed in two ways, as shown
in Figure 2-6:
Put a page number by itself on the pages of your document.
Include the page number in the header or footer.
After you enter a page number, you can format it in different ways in the
Page Number Format dialog box (refer to Figure 2-6) and (Header & Footer
Tools) Design tab.
To handle page numbers (as well as headers and footers), you must be in
Print Layout view. Click the Print Layout view button on the status bar or go
to the View tab and click the Print Layout button.
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