How to Set Multiple Page Sizes in Word Document: Set default page/paper size as other page sizes such Letter size, A4 size, Tabloid, Envelope size, and custom page sizes at a time in the document. You can add (change) more mixed page sizes (different or custom page sizes) wherever you want in a Microsoft Office Word Document with the following steps.
Getting Started to Set Multiple Page Sizes | Paper Sizes in Word Document
- First, add enough pages in your document. For example, add 8 or more pages as shown in the picture below.
2. For example, if you would like to keep the first 1 page as it is (Default Size) and want to change the next 3 pages (2nd, 3rd, and 4th pages) are as other sizes. Then click at the beginning of the first line of the 2nd page to start the new section from here.
4. Now, to stop previous page Section Break at the 4th page (Previous Size) or start a new section from the 5th page, click at the beginning of the first line on the 5th page.
6. To stop previous page Section break at the 7th page (Previous Page Size) or start a new section from the 8th page, click at the beginning of the first line on the 8th page.
8. To change the default page sizes (The default page size in the word is Letter Size) as other pages sizes you want from 2nd to 4th page, do the following.
- After the above steps, your document pages will change as given in the picture below. (To Set Multiple Page Sizes in MS Word).
The next section breaks have been applied in between the 5th and 7th pages so leave them as the Letter Size pages which are default.
If you would like to change the 8th page as default page (Letter size), click the 8th page because you have started the new section here.
- On the Page Setup dialogue, select the “Custom Size” → Change “Width and Height” → Make sure ” This Section” Option under preview.
- Then click OK to Set Multiple Page Sizes in MS Word.
Note on Different Page sizes in Word | Multiple Page Sizes in Word:
- Never apply the section break to the first page
- To stop the previous section to the next pages wherever you want, apply the section break to the next page, rather than the page that you want to stop. For example, to stop at the 7th page, click the 8th page.
- To start the new section, apply the section break to the same page except for the first page.