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Hour 8. Formatting Pages > Varying the Page Formatting in Your Document

Varying the Page Formatting in Your Document

Word automatically applies all page formatting to your entire document. In many cases, you need to alter this behavior. For example, you may have a table in a long report that you have to print in landscape orientation to fit all of the columns on the page, but you want the other pages to print in portrait orientation. Or you might want to vertically center the text on your title page but not on the remaining pages. To make these kinds of changes, you have to divide your document into multiple sections by inserting section breaks at the appropriate spots. After you've done this, you can apply different page formatting in each section, independent of the others.

Word lets you create four kinds of section breaks:


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