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Chapter 5. Page & Section Formatting > Page & Section Formatting

Page & Section Formatting

Chapters 3 and 4 provide a wealth of information about formatting text—the types of formatting you can apply and the various methods you can use to apply them. But if your document is destined for the printer, you should also be interested in page formatting.

Page formatting is formatting that is applied to an entire document or section of a document. For example, margins, which determine the spacing between the edge of the paper and the text indents, are applied to entire pages—you can’t have different margins for different words or paragraphs. Page borders, which are another example of page formatting, surround the contents of a page, not just parts of it.


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