Using Sections to Create Complex Layouts

When you need to create documents that use multiple layouts, you have to put each layout in a separate section. For example:

  • A newsletter may need different numbers of columns on different pages.
  • A report may require different headers and footers for different chapters.
  • A business letter may need to contain an envelope page as well, as in the example shown in Figure 9–1.

Figure 9–1. When you create a document that has two or more different layouts, such as the envelope and letter here, you need to put each layout in a different section.

Word's sections give you great flexibility in your documents, ...

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