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File Page Setup File Figure 4-11. Using mirrored margins and whether a separate header and footer should be used for the first page of the document. For more on working with headers and footers, see Chapter 6. 3. Vertical alignment. This setting defines whether text is aligned to the top, center, bottom, or both top and bottom (justified) of pages in a section. By default, Word aligns text to the top of a page. When you choose the justified setting, Word aligns the text to the top and bottom of the page if the page is full. For partial pages, Word aligns the text to the top of the page even if you choose justified. 4. Suppress endnotes. This checkbox prevents endnotes from being printed at the end of a section and instead prints those endnotes at the end of the next section, just before the footnotes for that next section. This option is only available if you have configured endnotes to be placed at the end of each section (Insert Footnote Options All Endnotes Place at End of section). By default, Word places endnotes at the end of the document. For more on using footnotes and endnotes, see Chapter 7. 5. Line Numbers. This button pops up the Line Numbers dialog that prints line num- bers at the left edge of all or part of a document (great for long poems and legal documents). Specify the starting number, the distance the numbers should be placed from the text, and the counting increments. With a counting increment greater than one, lines are still counted the normal way but only lines that match the increment will be numbered. For example, entering 2 in the Count by box causes only even numbered lines to show line numbers. Line numbering can restart on each page (the default), each section, or be continuous throughout the document. 6. Borders. The Borders button on the Layout tab brings up the same Borders and Shading dialog box that is available through Format Borders and Shading. It is Chapter 4:File | 115