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Using Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 by Yvonne Johnson

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3. Formatting Documents

This chapter covers formatting a page, characters, and paragraphs. Additionally, it covers graphics, columns, tables, envelopes, and labels.

This chapter is organized in the order you would (or should) naturally use when creating a new document. It begins with the big picture: formatting the pages of a document—the margins, the layout, and the orientation. The chapter covers document formatting first because it’s advisable to set the document formats before you start typing the text. Document formats, especially the margins, really change how the document looks on the page. If you change the margins after you type the complete document, lines of text will wrap differently and page breaks may change. The results may ...

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