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Text Font and Font Size Bold / Italic / Underline Font Color Text Highlight Color Text Effect & Typography Strikethrough Option Subscript / Superscript Change Case Clear Formatting Option Bullets and Numbering Multilevel List Decrease/Increase Indent Alignment Settings Shading Option Text Border Heading Style Drop-Cap Option

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Cut / Copy / Paste Line & Paragraph Spacing Symbols Option Columns Setting Page Color Option Page Border Option Find Option Replace Option Go To Option Spell Check Option Zoom In - Out

   » Page Formatting

Cover Page Page Break Option Blank Page Header and Footer Option Page Number Page Margin Page Orientation

   » Tables

Creation of Table Column / Row / Cell Split Cell of a Table Merge Cell of a Table Table Style Convert Table to Text Table Cell Text Direction Convert Text Into a Table Calculation in a Table

   » TextBox

Text Box Option Text Box Link Text Direction in TextBox Text Box Style Text Box Effect

   » Advanced Options

Insertion of Picture Change Picture Style Text Wrapping Style Clipart Option Shape Insertion Smart Art Option Word Art Option Hyperlink Option Auto-Text Option Watermarks Option Macro Option Print Option Read Only a Document Encrypt a Document Mail merge Option

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A-Z Shortcut of MSWord

* Applying Page Orientation *

In this chapter, let us learn how to apply Page Orientation in Microsoft Word. Actually, Page orientation is the way in which a page or document is displayed or printed. There are two types of orientation: portrait and landscape. A page with portrait orientation is taller than its wide, but in landscape width will be more than its height. Now lets start:

⇨ How to setup Page Orientation?

a) Click on Page Layout Tab in Microsoft Word 2003, 2007 etc.

*** Click on Layout Tab in Microsoft Word 2016.

b) click on Orientation drop down from Page Setup group.

* There you can choose Portrait or Landscape. (Default orientation is Portrait)

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