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Creating Columns for Part of a Document
Creating Columns for Part of a Document
The column settings that you choose will extend by default from the current cursor
position through the end of the document (or the end of the current section). But Word also
makes it easy for you to vary the way columns are used in your document without tying the
settings to a specific section. You might want, for example, to open your document with a
paragraph in single-column format and then break up the rest of the document into two
columns, as shown in Figure 6-12.
If you add one or more section breaks to your document, you’ll find that this section
becomes one of your choices in the Apply To box in the Columns dialog box. It also
becomes the default choice by Word as to where to apply the columns.
Figure 6-12 You can mix column formats easily in the same document.
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