Chapter 9. Controlling Page Layout


Page layout refers to how you place and position elements on a page, including text and graphics, and any other items you insert in a document. Margins, for example, control how much space exists between the text and the outer edge of the page, whereas alignment controls how text lines up with a margin. Learning how to use Word’s page layout features can help you create polished, professional-looking documents. You can find most of Word’s page layout tools on the Ribbon’s Layout tab, including access to the Page Setup features to help you ready a document for printing.

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