In this video, learn how to change page options such as orientation and margins, and how to add headers and footers.
It does give you some set numbers that you can choose from, but you can always tap custom margins and put in your own. the size of your document are going to be in the document. You can change the way the documents are formatted, Here, you have a choice. Tap the back arrow, to get back to the Page numbering area. You can choose whether or not you want the page by tapping that last option, Remove Page Numbers. I can scroll through now just like I could anywhere else in the document. Now that I have an image in there, I can add text. From here, I'll tap the text box icon. for my header. In this case, I'll put our street address. the bottom right hand side of the text box and resize it. A nice thing about text boxes For example, the text box is selected and you'll notice I haven't selected any text. But, while I'm still on the home ribbon tab, I can also make it a tiny bit bigger. I'll tap away and now I'll tap and drag my text box to line it up nicely with the image. I can also change the way it looks by tapping the Shape urban tab that appeared when we added that text box. and choosing No Outline. I don't want to color behind it either. I can see that I have an image and an address. all I need to do is type anywhere back in my document. If I scroll to the top, To get back to the header and footer at any time, You can either select Edit Header and you can get rid of them entirely by choosing the Remove options.
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