Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Chapter 7: Designing Your Pages
Chapter 7
Designing Your Pages
In This Chapter
Inserting pages
Organizing text in tables
Displaying text as WordArt
Creating text boxes
Dividing text into columns
Adding pictures
Printing
The Insert and Page Layout tabs contain the most frequently used
commands for designing the layout and appearance of your pages. You can
add columns or headers and footers that display titles or page numbers, or
add colors and pictures to your pages.
The Insert tab provides commands for inserting items into a document, such
as new pages, tables, pictures, and headers and footers.
The Page Layout tab provides commands for defining how your pages look,
such as creating columns; defining top, bottom, left, and right page margins;
as well as defining how text wraps around pictures or other objects you place
in the middle of a page.
Inserting New Pages
Word automatically adds new pages to your document as you write.
However, Word also gives you the option of adding a new page anywhere in
your document, such as in the middle or the beginning.
 
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