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Page layout within a section
Blocks Organizer to fi nd and insert it. Or, if the fi rst part of the name is unique like the
example in Figure 8.8 and you saved it to the AutoText gallery, type it and press F3.
Page layout within a section
You’re already seen the Margins and Paper tabs in the Page Setup dialog box. Click within
the section where you want to change the settings, and then make choices from the
Margins and Paper tabs as described earlier. After you click OK to close the Page Setup
dialog box, the changes will apply in the current section only.
It should be emphasized, however, that making a single-page landscape carries some consequences. Consider page
numbers and other header and footer content. If the whole page is changed to landscape, then the header and footer
now rotate as well. To get the orientation correct, you might consider putting the header and footer material into a text
box that you can position as needed, or rotate the object with the page still in Portrait orientation, as described earlier.
The Page Setup dialog box also includes a Layout tab, visible in Figure 8.9, that houses
additional settings that are vital for section setup. The choices under Headers and footers enable
you to control whether a section uses all the same header/footer information, or whether the
footer information is different. See the discussion of headers and footers later in the chapter to
learn more about this. The other type settings on this tab will be described shortly.
The Different odd and even and Different fi rst page under Headers and footers settings
enable you to set different headers and footers without using another section break.
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