Chapter 13. Creating Great-Looking Documents

In this chapter

Understanding Your Formatting Options 368

Applying and Modifying Formats 372

Changing Paper Size and Orientation 380

Adjusting Margins 381

Changing Text Formatting 384

Changing Paragraph Formatting 387

Using the Ruler to Set Tab Stops 395

Formatting Simple Lists with Bullets and Numbers 396

Formatting All or Part of a Document Automatically 398

Troubleshooting 400

Extra Credit: Straight Quotes or Curly Quotes? 400

Understanding Your Formatting Options

The point of formatting is to make documents look good for printing (or onscreen viewing). This attention to design details also has an impact on readability; a carefully designed document, with bold headings, well-laid-out pages, and ...

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