Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Inserting Column Breaks
might go to a multicolumn format that shows photos of your products on the left and
descriptions on the right. You might also want to incorporate graphs and tables in the body
of those columns.
How can you easily switch between column layouts without disturbing the way text lows in
your document? The easiest way to change to a multicolumn format is to place the
insertion point where you want to start the new column layout and then follow these steps.
1. On the Page Layout tab, choose Columns in the Page Setup group.
2. Click the More Columns option in the Columns gallery.
In the Columns dialog box, select the number of columns you want to include and
then add width and spacing settings, if necessary.
Select the Line Between check box if you want a line separating the columns.
In the Apply To box, click the arrow then choose This Point Forward.
5. Select the Start New Column check box.
6. Click OK to return to the document.
Word moves to the top of the next column, and your column settings are in effect.
Inserting Column Breaks
When you’ve entered everything you want in a specific column, you can add a column
break to force the text low to the top of the next column. To add a column break, follow
these steps.
1. Place the insertion point where you want to insert the column break.
2. On the Page Layout tab, click Breaks.
The Breaks gallery appears, as shown in Figure 6-16.
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