The Page Setup option in Microsoft Word allows the user to set preferences for the layout of the pages in the document. Using this feature, the margins, paper size and orientation, and layout can be set for the document in use or being created.
The first feature we will take a look at is the Paper Size
feature, located just below the Paper Size tab. Beneath the Paper
Size, you will see a pull-down menu box with the word "Letter". You
will notice a small arrow at the end of the box after the word "Letter".
Click on this arrow, and you should see the following menu:
By scrolling down this Paper Size menu, you will notice different types/sizes of paper from which you can choose. This will determine the size of the document page.
The Orientation feature allows you to set up the page as a portrait view or landscape view:
"This point forward" refers to the rest of the document remaining after the blinking cursor in your word document.
To set Margins for a document:
1. Place the insertion point where the margins are to be changed, if necessary.
2. From the File menu, choose Page Setup.
3. On the Page Setup dialog box's Margins tab, in
the appropriate scroll