In this video, learn how to use margins in your documents to create the right amount of space for content on your page throughout the entire document as well as for parts of a document using sections to create a different look and feel and flow.
- [Instructor] In this week's Word Tip…we're going to explore the effective use…of margins in your Word documents.…Margins are the spaces that we see…at the top, bottom, left and right hand side…on every page in our document,…allows us to choose exactly where…content's going to appear on the page,…and we can change our margins for a whole document,…but we can also change margins for parts of your document,…if you wanted to change the look and feel,…even the flow of the document,…things we're going to do in this movie.…We're going to work with this file, Press_release011.…
You can open it up from the exercise files…or try following along with one of your own documents.…Let's take a look first of all at what we have.…Looking at this document with the logo,…The Landon Hotel at the top,…there doesn't appear to be a lot of space…between the top of the page and my logo.…So at first glance, you might think…not a very big top margin.…Scrolling down you can see lots of space…on the left and right, maybe too much.…And as we get to the bottom, a good size bottom margin.…
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