Chapter 9. Formatting and Collaboration

Professional documents require accurate content and a professional look. When it comes to formatting a document, typically less is more; you don’t want to overwhelm the reader with all kinds of fancy formatting techniques. When you create a document in Word, you should pay particular attention to the impression the layout of your document creates. Is it interesting and consistent or is it loud and confused? You’ll often find that colleagues can be extremely helpful with feedback when it comes to formatting, not to mention the content of your document.

In this chapter, we’ll look at formatting paragraphs using the Ruler to set up indents and tabs. You’ll see how to create and edit headers and footers. And ...

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