Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Session 4.1
6. Click the OK button to return to the Document window. A continuous section break
appears below the WordArt title. The word “continuous” indicates that the new section
continues on the same page as the preceding text—in other words, the WordArt title and
the newsletter text will print on the same page, even though they are in different sections
of the newsletter. The text in Section 2 is formatted in two columns. The insertion point is
in Section 2 as indicated by the information displayed in the status bar.
To get a good look at the columns, you need to change the Zoom setting so you can
see the entire page at one time.
To zoom out to display the whole page:
1. Click the Zoom list arrow on the Standard toolbar, and then click Whole Page . Word displays
the entire page of the newsletter so that you can see how the two-column format looks on the
page. See Figure 4-11. Note that the Whole Page Zoom setting is only available in Print Layout
view. You should use it whenever you want to have the entire page displayed as you edit it. Some
details, such as the line between the columns, are not visible in the Whole Page Zoom setting.
Figure 4-11
Whole Page view showing two columns
section break
between title
and copy
line between
columns not
identifies section
where insertion
point is located
te x t arranged
in two columns
Trouble? Your columns may break at a slightly different line from those shown in the fig-
ure. This is not a problem; just continue with the tutorial.
The newsletter headline is centered on the page, and the copy is in a two-column format.
The text fills the left column but not the right column. You’ll fix this later, after you add a
graphic and format some of the text.
2. Click the Zoom list arrow again, and then click Page Width . The Page Width option
changes the Zoom setting enough to make the page span the width of the document win-
dow. Now you can read the text again.
3. Save your work.
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