Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Managing Page Layouts
Managing Word Pages
You can set the document margins before you begin
entering text into a document, after you've
completed the entire document, or at any time in between.
from the Apply to drop-down menu, choose
Selected Text (see Figure 4-5). Word creates section
breaks and applies the new margin settings.
Choose Page Layout>Page Setup>Margins and
select from the choices you see in Figure 4-4, or
click Custom Margins, which displays the Page
Setup dialog box where you can set your own
choices. By default, Word applies the new settings
to the entire document.
Applying margin settings to only part
of a document.
Webster’s dictionary describes orientation as a
position in relation to a specific place or object. In
word processing, orientation refers to how the text
is positioned to the top of a page. Two orientations
exist: Portrait, the default orientation, prints the
Choosing from standard margin options.
If you want to change margins for only part of the
document, select the portion you want to change.
From Page Layout>Page Setup>Margins, choose
Custom Margins. Set the margins you want and,