This video shows how to include both portrait and landscape orientation pages in a single Word document.
(lively music)…- [Voiceover] When working in Microsoft Word,…it's possible to have both portrait and landscape…orientation pages within a single document.…Here's a document that's entirely…in portrait orientation.…To add a landscape page,…I'll scroll down to the bottom of the last page…and click to place my cursor at the end of the document.…Under the layout ribbon, I'll click breaks…and then next page.…This inserts a new page and it shows up in portrait…orientation just like the previous pages.…
But to change it, all I have to do is…click the orientation button and here select landscape…and there it is.…So now I have a page where I can say "add a wide table"…and it's much easier to display an eight column…table like this than it is in portrait orientation.…If you then want to switch back to portrait orientation…for your next page, return to the layout ribbon,…click breaks and choose next page…and again, the new page takes on the orientation…from the previous page.…But now we know that we just need to click the…
- Drawing a table
- Adding page breaks
- Formatting text in a table
- Using section breaks to control column layouts
- Properly adding space between paragraphs
- Starting page numbering later in a document
- Recovering a document after a crash
- Including both portrait and landscape pages in a document
- Saving to Google Drive from within Word
- Editing PDF content in Word
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Word Quick Tips
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