Setting multiple columns


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Setting multiple columns

Word offers several ways to create documents with multi-column text. One way is to use the Columns feature. The Columns feature works with section breaks, when present, to set the number of columns in a section. By default every document has just one column of text, but you can set an entire document or any section of it to have multiple columns. We'll experiment with this document, which has the section breaks we inserted in the previous video. Here is one of them right here. The idea here is to start the document with one column of text, switch to two column text, and then finish up with one column text again.

The section break sets us up to do just that. Now we're going to start by positioning the insertion point anywhere after the first section break. So here is the first section break right here. If you can't see it in your document, remember to turn on the nonprinting characters and then you'll be able to see it. Then click in the document anywhere after that section. Now...

Setting multiple columns
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Setting multiple columns provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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