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Part 3: Designing Pages for Maximum Visu... > Mastering Page Setup and Pagination

Chapter 15. Mastering Page Setup and Pagination

Preparing Your Document464
Changing Margins and Orientation467
Selecting Paper Size and Source470
Making Layout Choices471
Controlling Page Breaks475
Including Headers and Footers477
Working with the Document Grid481


Have you ever started creating a document with one vision of its final form and then found that the document’s design was traveling down an entirely different path, seemingly on its own? Maybe a single-column publication suddenly became a multiple-column document, or a piece that wasn’t supposed to be a booklet turned out to work perfectly in a booklet format. In those types of cases, everything changes—margins, orientation, column specifications, and headers and footers. These aren’t the kinds of changes you want to be making when you have a tight deadline, but fortunately, with Word, you can control these types of changes efficiently with a little know-how.


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