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Word 2007: Using the Page Layout Tab

Word 2007: Using the Page Layout Tab

The Page Layout tab contains commands related to the appearance of your document like margins and page breaks.

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Figure 32. Page Layout Tab

               

Figure 33. Themes Group

 

The Themes group is full of commands related to   formatting your document using built-in sets of colors, fonts and effects.

The Page Setup group is where you go to set up   your document for printing by changing margins, page orientation and columns   among others. With this group is a Dialog Box launcher in the lower-right   corner which opens the Page Setup dialog box.

Figure 34. Page Setup Group

Figure 35. Page Background Group

The Page Background  group contains commands for adding Watermarks to the background of your page.  And, you’ll also find commands for changing the Page Color and Page Borders.

The Paragraph Group contains commands for   adjusting not only the indent of your selected paragraphs, but also the   paragraph spacing. With this group is a Dialog Box launcher in the   lower-right corner which opens the Page Setup dialog box.

Figure 36. Paragraph Group

Figure 37. Arrange Group

The Arrange group was   designed to help you specifically work with text boxes and other graphic   options by providing layering and layout options.













Even though the Page Layout tab contains many commands, in this lesson, we’re going to focus on those commands found specifically in the Page Setup group because here you can change the Margins, Page Orientation, and Paper Size – all in one area.