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Hour 15. Columns and Tables > Creating Columns

Creating Columns

If you plan to produce newsletters, bulletins, journal articles, and so on with relatively simple formatting, you'll appreciate Word's capability to format text in multiple columns. When you use this feature, the text snakes from column to column (see Figure 15.1). After you've formatted your text in columns, changing the number of columns is a breeze. (For highly formatted documents that use columns, you will probably want to use a layout program such as Publisher, which comes with several editions of Microsoft Office 2003.)

Figure 15.1. This document is formatted in two columns.



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