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Part: II Word 2004 > Formatting Your Work

Chapter 7. Formatting Your Work

IN THIS CHAPTER:

33 Apply Automatic Formats

34 Select a Gallery Style

35 Space and Indent a Paragraph

36 Apply a Style to a New Paragraph

37 Get Your Margins Out of the Gutter

38 Set a Section in Multiple Columns

39 Flow Text Through Multiple Boxes

40 Place Graphics

41 Reposition a Picture

42 Wrap Text Around a Graphic

43 Turn a Photo into a Painting

Typewriters and early word processors were limited in their flexibility. They could hammer out business letters, manuscripts, and other documents that required only straight lines and single typefaces. They were—and still are—perfectly adequate machines for those purposes. They couldn't do much else, though, and in truth not much more was expected.


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