Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Working with the Document Grid
Add color to diacritics. On the Advanced tab of the Word Options dialog box,
you can apply color to diacritics. Diacritics are the small marks that accent a character
in an alphabet. You can instruct Word 2010 to add color to the diacritical marks by
selecting the Diacritics check box and choosing the color you want to apply.
Document view. Also on the Advanced tab of the Word Options dialog box, you
can set the Document View setting to control whether the text is displayed from
leftto-right (LTR) or right-to-left (RTL).
Section direction. You can set the text direction in the current section. Choose
Layout in the Page Setup group on the Page Layout tab then choose Section Direction.
Table properties. You can change the direction of text in table cells by right-click-
ing the table and choosing Table Properties. Change the Table Direction field at the
bottom of the dialog box to change the low of table text.
Working with the Document Grid
If you regularly work with Chinese, Japanese, or Korean, you can use Word’s Document Grid
to help you control line and character placement in your documents. You can work with
Document Grid settings in the Page Setup dialog box. Begin on the Page Layout tab and
click the dialog launcher in the bottom-right corner of the Page Setup group. In the Page
Setup dialog box, select the Document Grid tab (see Figure 9-14). Note that the Document
Grid will appear only if you have installed one of these languages.
Figure 9-14 Use the Document Grid to control line and character spacing for East Asian text.
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