Webinar: Setting margins in Word

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Setting margins is key to creating clean, readable content. In this webinar, we’ll show you how to set and change margins in Word, as well as how to set different margins on different pages of your document. Plus, you’ll learn some power user tips for working with margins.

Can’t view this video? It’s also available at Microsoft Showcase.

What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar

  • How to set your own custom margin
  • How to set different margins throughout one document
  • How to set the default margin in Word
  • How to identify the printable area of your printer

References for this webinar

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–Doug Thomas


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  1. Hello Doug,
    I need to put a company-logo in an Excel 2010 spreadsheet. At Screen it looks okay, but if I go to print preview (or print it) it will be stretched on x-axis. I tried different printers (including Microsoft xps-document writer, adobe pdf), also different PCs (home and work) and come to the conclusion: All Windows PCs with Office 2003, 2007 and 2010 have the stretching problem. The only Excel Version that prints it correct was Excel 2011 for Mac. I think this is a bug in the Windows Office. So my question is: Could you forward this message to the Excel-Team? You could try it at your own if you draw a circle-autoform in Excel. In print preview it will become an ellipse.
    Best regards

  2. I did this with office 2013 just rocking feature.
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