Using indents and setting tabs


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Using indents and setting tabs

Indents refer to extra white space added at the left margin so that a block of text can be set off from the rest of the text in the document. There is also another kind of indent that's called a First Line Indent, also referred to as a tab where you simply tab once, and the line goes in, and the rest of the paragraph remains. Indents and Tabs are set in a number of different locations in Microsoft Word 2010. So let's begin by reviewing where you'll find Indents and Tabs.

Indents, which are applied to an entire paragraph or paragraphs, are set here in the Paragraph group of the Home tab of the ribbon. To increase the indent, you click the Increase button. To decrease the indent, you click the Decrease button. Tabs are simply entered by pressing Tab on your keyboard, and removed by pressing Backspace to get rid of it. The distance that I tab or indent is controlled by tab stops on the ruler.

If the ruler is not visible, you can click the View Ruler button to show it, or you can...

Using indents and setting tabs
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Using indents and setting tabs 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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