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Page layout and page margins in MS Word

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Page Setup in MS Word lets you change the structure and layout of pages in a Microsoft Word document. For example, if you are printing on a different paper size, you'll want to change the document page size to match the paper.

On the “Margins” tab in Page layout, you can set the margins for the document. Set the top, bottom, left, and right margins to the length or width you desire by either typing the measurement.

You can customize the page orientation, paper size, and page margins depending on how you want your document to appear.

To change page orientation please follow the steps.

Step 01: Select the Page layout from the top ribbon. then Click the Orientation in the Page Setup group

Select Landscape OR portrait format.

Landscape format means the page is oriented horizontally, Portrait format means it is oriented vertically.

To change page size click the Size Option, a drop-down menu will appear. 

The sizes will show with names and the dimensions. Choose your preferred size. The current page size is highlighted. 

Select the size of the paper onto which you will be printing this document. set to which tray of your printer you will print the first page of your document if you have a multi-tray printer, and then make a tray choice for the subsequent pages.

To format page margins click Margins option. A menu of options appears. Normal is selected by default.

Choose the preferred margin size you want and the margin dimensions will change immediately. If you want to rather create a customized margin click Custom Margins from below the box. 

Adjust the margin sizes for each side of the page, then click OK.

Changing Margins by Adjusting the Ruler: You can also adjust the margin from left side of documents.

Just click and drag to change margins. Dragging it to the left will reduce the margin and dragging it to the right will increase the margin.

 after adjusting the settings, check the preview settings to ensure the page appears as you want it to.

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