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Working in Sections

Since Word includes features that stretch to give you a variety of formats and controls for long documents, you need a way to limit the changes made to individual portions of your document. That’s what sections are all about. By using sections, you can control a change from a single-column format to multiple columns and back again. You can create layouts that look different on odd and even pages. You can modify the margins of a section and then revert to the regular document formatting when the section is completed.

Creating a Section

Starting a section is almost as easy as starting a column. You can begin a new section anywhere—in the middle of a page or at the beginning of a new one. To start a new section, follow these steps:


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