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Choosing page size and margins
Choosing page size and margins
Word 2013 offers many standard page sizes. The list of sizes
you see in Word depends on which sizes are supported by the
printer you select. If none of the entries in that list are right for
your document, you can enter a custom size. Of course, you still
must choose a size that your printer can handle.
margins, whereas a report might take smaller margins. A
newsletter, magazine article, or book could be designed with a
larger margin on one side of the page than on the other side to
accommodate any binding.
Sometimes, you need different page sizes or margins in the
same document. For example, you can include an envelope in a
letter document (rather than maintaining two separate files). A
section break is required to separate these two sections.
Word also offers a selection of preset page margins as well as
a way to set custom margins. Different types of documents
often need different margins. A letter can use relatively wide
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Choose a page size
1 If you want to apply a page size to part of your document that’s
different from the page size in the rest of the document, select that
part.
2 On the Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup group, click Size.
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If the size you want is one of the standard sizes in the Page Size
gallery, and if you want to apply it to the whole document, click
that item.
The sizes in the gallery are supplied by the printer driver. These
sizes can differ from one brand or model of printer to another. If
you don’t see the size that you want, or if you selected text in step
1, continue to step 4.
4 At the bottom of the gallery, click More Paper Sizes.
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TIP If both the width and the height that you entered differ
by 0.1 inch or less from the measurements of a standard size,
the Paper Size text box shows the standard size. Otherwise, the Paper
Size box shows Custom Size.
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