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Today's post about page margins in Word is contributed by Joy Miller, a writer for Office.com.
Margins are the blank spaces outside the main body of text on the top, left, right, and bottom edges of a page. When you change the page margins of a document, you change where text and graphics appear on the page.
In addition to the one-inch default margin settings, Microsoft Word 2010 includes some pre-formatted margin settings that you can apply to your documents quickly and easily.
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Do you have other questions about page margins in Word?
Margins is the setting that is very often changed to the one, that you always use. You should have better left one more one click option: Your Margin Setting. Every corporation then would set their own standard margin ranges according to their corporate standards. And those margin ranges could be specifiable during mass deployment of Word.
Thanks for your comment Mantvydas. We'll pass it on!
how do i change format in pasted text to conform to format in my Word 7 document. Problem is that pasted text is too narrow and won't extend to right margin of my format in the document.
correction. How do i change format in pasted text to conform to format in my Word 7 document. Problem is that pasted text is too narrow and won't extend to right margin of my format in the document unless I do each line manually. This ovr 200 pages of text. Is there a way to reformat pasted text to conform to my settings for this document..
Check out this video - let me know if this helps: www.word-2010.com/microsoft-word-2010-paste-preview
al1 - Check out this video and see if helps: www.word-2010.com/microsoft-word-2010-paste-preview
Let me know.
These are the options,
Instructions: (press 'paste special' opens menu) When you do this you will then see 3 buttons offering the following options:
Keep Source Formatting – this option retains the formatting used on the source document you copied. This means that text will be displayed using the same fonts and other attributes like the line height of text will be retained too. Images are inserted with the same vertical and horizontal spacing.
Merge Formatting – the pasted elements will adopt the formatting currently in use in the destination Word 2010 document.
Keep Text Only – using this option will discard certain things that were present in the source, such as images and formatting. Only plain text will be pasted so headings, for example, will lose their size and bolding.
Word 7 doesn't have the 2nd option (Merge Formatting) I used the option paste as "unormatted text" and it didn't work, it looks like the correct option is only available in word 2010, not word 2007
Thanks for your help.
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