Chapter 13

Page Formatting

In This Chapter

arrow Choosing the page size

arrow Switching the page orientation

arrow Setting margins

arrow Automatically numbering your pages

arrow Changing page numbers

arrow Creating a new page

arrow Coloring a page

arrow Including a watermark

You probably don’t think about the pages on which you write your document. That’s because Word assumes that you want your document to print on a standard sheet of paper. Further, Word guesses that you want a uniform 1-inch margin all around the page. That’s pretty much it. Ho-hum. Yawn.

In the real world, things can be different, of course. You can print on any size paper that can be properly fed into a computer printer. You may want narrow margins, or to print ...

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