Chapter 11. Working with Nonstandard Document Layouts

In this chapter

Creating Text Box Layouts 320

Working with Frames 331

Creating Banners 333

Addressing Envelopes 334

Creating Labels 340

Creating Folded Note Cards 344

Troubleshooting 347

Creating Text Box Layouts

Word is obviously well-suited to writing ordinary documents such as reports, letters, and memos, but it also has some other uses that most people never get a chance to explore. In this chapter, you’ll learn about some of the interesting things Word can do with nonstandard layouts.

Text box layouts are layouts in which text is not typed directly onto the page, but instead placed in floating text boxes. This type of page layout has many advantages, and in fact that’s the standard operating ...

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