Vertically Center a cover page Word Shortcuts


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Vertically centering a cover page

Cover pages traditionally locate the title about one-third to halfway down the page. I am going to start by changing my view so I can see the whole page at once. In the lower right-hand corner of your screen, it says 100% and I'll click on it and then change this to Whole page and then click OK. Now I can see the whole thing at once. Now what most people do to move this content down would be to simply hit Enter or maybe if they've been watching this course, they might click on Page Layout and use Paragraph Spacing Before to move it down.

But the reason why this is a bad habit is if you make any changes to the content, you'll have to readjust that spacing. We want the center alignment to happen automatically. So I'm going to press Backspace twice and get rid of those extra spaces. The first thing that I need to do is distinguish this as a cover page as separate from the rest of my document. So, while the Page Break forces this content to the next page, it doesn&#...

Vertically centering a cover page
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Vertically centering a cover page provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Word 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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