Microsoft Word 2003 Page Setup

Microsoft Word 2003
Page Setup

Did you know you can use Portrait and Landscape settings in the same document?

By default the document is set in portrait. If you have one or more pages you want to make landscape in the same document, do the following:

  • Select the pages that you want to change to landscape (or portrait) orientation.
  • Click on File
  • Click on Page Setup
  • Click the Margins tab.
  • Click Portrait or Landscape.
  • In the Apply to box, click Selected text.
  • Click Ok
Microsoft Word automatically inserts section breaks before and after the text with the new margin settings. Your document will be set up like this:

Need to know more about sections breaks? Look for a class on sections breaks coming in July at

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How to get a screen shot

Did you know...

You can make an image of any window on your computer with a simple keystroke?

How to get a screen shot of a window on your computer

1. Open the window you want a screenshot of
2. Hold down the Alt key and press the Print Screen button on your keyboard

3. You will not see anything happen (the image has been put on the computer clipboard waiting for you to paste it somewhere.
4. Now, go to Microsoft Word and open a blank document
5. Paste the image you just put on the clipboard by doing one of 3 things:

  • Press the Ctrl and V key together, or
  • Click on Edit and then Paste (in Word 2003) or in Word 2007 click on the Home Ribbon and then click on the Paste option, it is the first option on the Home Ribbon;
  • Right click on the document and select paste from the menu you get.

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