Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Viewing a Document
Chapter 4
Managing Word Pages
To change the paper size from a certain
location through the rest of the document,
position the insertion point where you
want the new paper size to take effect, and
then choose Page Layout>Page Setup>Size
and select More Paper Sizes. From the Paper
tab of the Page Setup dialog box, select the
paper size you want and then, in the Apply
to drop-down menu, choose This Point
Forward.
To change the paper size for a particular
section, create the section breaks where
needed and click anywhere inside the
section you want to change, or select the text
area. Choose Page Layout>Page Setup>Size
and select More Paper Sizes. From the Paper
tab of the Page Setup dialog box, select the
paper size you want and then, from the
Apply to drop-down menu, choose This
Section or Selected Sections.
Viewing a Document
Word provides several view
perspectives to use when displaying a document,
each having its own purpose. For each of
the following views, except Print Preview, choose
View>Document Views and choose an option.
the document’s top and bottom margins, as
well as the headers and footers. The top and
bottom margins appear, and page breaks
between pages are indicated by a darker
area. See Figure 4-8.
View Icons
Word also displays View icons along the
status bar that allow you to choose most of the
view options.
Print Layout: The default view, Print
Layout, allows you to see how text,
graphics, and other elements will be positioned
on the printed page. This view is especially
helpful if you are working with text
columns or have graphic images in your
document. In Print Layout view, you'll see
Figure 4-8
Print Layout view.
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