Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Table 5-1 Choosing Pa ge Settings for Multiple Pages
Used for single-sided printing. Each page has a specific left and
right margin.
Mirror Margins
Used for duplex printing in which the margins mirror each other.
The left and right margins become the inside and outside margins,
2 Pages Per Sheet
Divides the current page into two pages.
Book Fold
Treats each left and right page as a spread, using a gutter and
mirroring margins as applicable.
Reverse Book Fold
Enables you to create a booklet written in a right-to-left text
orientation, such as one written in Arabic or Hebrew, or in an East Asian
language that has vertical text (this option is available only when a
relevant language is enabled in the Microsoft Office 2010 Language
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Simple documents are great—you can just open the new document, enter your content,
maybe make a few margin adjustments, print, or e-mail the file, and you’re done!
Longer, more complex documents involve a bit more thought and planning. Luckily, Word
2010 includes many features that will help you control special considerations in your longer
documents. Using sections, for instance, you can make layout and formatting changes while
limiting those changes to specific pages in your document. For example, adding section
breaks enables you to make the following enhancements in your document:
Create sections in your document so that you can vary the headers and footers
Change the margins or layouts within a specific range of pages
Create layouts that look different on odd and even pages
Change the document orientation within a specific section
Set up a section of columns within a longer mostly single-column document
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