Word Tutorial 3-Creating a Multiple Page Report

Word Tutorial 3-Creating a Multiple Page Report - Creating...

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Creating a Multiple Page Report Formatting Headings with Quick Styles To give a document a polished look, you can use Quick Styles, allow you to apply an entire set of formatting choices with one click QUICK STYLE typically applies many formatting options at once such as bold, a specific font, specific indent setting and new colour for the text Some quick styles apply: o Paragraph level formatting - set up to format an entire paragraph ( adding space before and after a heading paragraph o Character-level formatting- set up to format only a few characters or words (formatting a book title in italics) QUICK STYLES ( styles) gallery is on the HOME tab 4 most commonly used Quick styles ( Normal,No Spacing,Heading 1 and Heading 2) all paragraph level Quick Styles, to use you place the insertion point anywhere in the pagraph you want to format and then click one of the four visible styles. Inserting a Manual Page Break Two kinds of page breaks in Word: Automatic page breaks- starting a new page every time the current page fills Manual page beaks- insert at a specific location Insert Tab Page Break OR Ctrl+Enter enters a new page AFTER the insertion point
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2010 for the course COMP SCI 1B03 taught by Professor Dr.dotler during the Spring '10 term at McMaster University.

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