Using columns


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Using columns

There are three reasons you might choose to use columns in a document. First, you might use them as a design element to add interest to a section of text, or to the entire document. Second, you might use them simply to save space, because you have some text that doesn't take up the width of the page, but it takes up a lot of page length. Then finally, you might choose to use columns because you want to have some material presented as a block, rather than as a long list, for comprehension and also to ensure it all fits on one page together. So let's see how we might use columns in our employee handbook.

So, first to think about using columns as a design element, let's just take a look at this section of text on this page to get a feel for this. So, if, for example, we choose Columns, we'll find that our text is already in columns. It's just in only one of them. If I choose then Two columns, you'll note that my text is evenly split between the two columns, so that it...

Using columns
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Using columns provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Word
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