In this video, learn how to include both portrait and landscape pages in the same document through the use of sections and Page Layout options.
- [Narrator] Have you ever been working…in a Word document where you wanted to add content?…Maybe to a single page, a couple of pages,…and that content would look better…if those pages were turned on their side in landscape mode.…While keeping the rest of the document in portrait mode.…Yes, you can combine portrait and landscape pages…in the same document, and that's what…we're going to do in this week's Word chat.…You can see I have a file open already.…Best of Landon Hotel Guide 031.…You'll find this in your exercise files,…and I'm on page four.…
Scrolling past page four, I see another portrait page…that starts information on a new location.…So it's in between these pages where I'd like…to add a new page, and turn that page on its side.…So here's how we're going to do it.…The trick is the page that's going to be landscape,…or even if it's multiple pages,…they have to be in their own section.…So we'll go back up to the previous page,…and click at the end of the last paragraph.…What I like to do at this point…
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