Working with document formatting for rapid reuse


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Working with document formatting for rapid reuse

Kim Romano is updating a lengthy Employee Manual and needs to reformat the document so that it can be printed in fewer pages, without sacrificing readability. This is only one of many complex documents that Kim will need to format to fit into a smaller number of pages. Let me show you how Kim can use the Paragraph and Font formatting tools in Word 2010 to quickly reformat the document and then save her choices as the default for all new documents. As you will notice, this document is spacious.

It is double-spaced, lots of room, easy-to- read, but as a result, it prints in 53 pages. In Word 2010, Themes include not only Style Sets and Colors and Fonts, but also six built-in Paragraph Spacing choices. The first is No Paragraph Space. It would print in many fewer pages, but it would be very, very difficult to read. With No Paragraph Spacing, any place that you didn't press Enter on the keyboard, there won't be a space.

Our second choice is Compact. And as I point to each choice in this ga...

Working with document formatting for rapid reuse
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Working with document formatting for rapid reuse provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010: Real-World Projects

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