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Hour 5. Advanced Word 2003 > Creating Multiple Columns

Creating Multiple Columns

When you want to create newspaper-style columns—such as those that appear in newsletters and brochures—configure Word to format your text with multiple columns. You can assign multiple columns to the entire document or to only a selected part of your document. Figure 5.7 shows a document with three columns and a single column at the top for the title area. Generally, you should type your document's text before breaking the document into multiple columns.

Figure 5.7. You can use multiple columns for newsletters, brochures, and other pamphlets.



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