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Using Columns

Another useful formatting element is the column. By default, Word enters paragraphs in single-column format. In some situations, however, you might need to format text into multiple columns. For example, using columns in a newsletter or brochure can give you very professional-looking results.

When you format text as columns in Word, you can set the number of columns, spacing between columns, and a handful of other options. The following section explains how to set up and use columns.


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