Layout or Page Layout in Microsoft Word
Layout or Page Layout in Microsoft Word: The Layout is the arrangement or setting of some pages or whole document based upon the content requirement. Setting Margins, Orientations, Sizes Columns and Spacing of a page is a very important process before taking printout.
On the layout tab, we can see various groups such as Page Setup, Paragraph and Arrange, and each group contains different commands to work.
- Margins: Margin is the space between the content beginning or ending in the document and the edges of the document pages. The default space between the content beginning or ending and the document edges of the margin is “Normal” which occupies the 1-inch space. Read More>>
- Orientations: Orientation is the page layout, in which the document is displayed or printed. The common types of orientations are Portrait and Landscape. Read More>>
- Size: Choose different page sizes in a word document based upon your requirement. The default page size of a page is 8.5×11 inches, called Letter size. Read More>>
- COLUMNS: Splitting (dividing) the text vertically in the pages called, columns. These include one column, two columns, three columns, left columns and right columns. Read More>>
- Breaks: Adding the new section breaks to next pages or current section in the same page to apply different Headers, Footers, Columns, Watermarks, or other works in the document pages wherever you want.
- Line Numbers: Start each line in a document by using the Line Numbers in the Margin for your further reference even when the content starts with Bulleted or Numbered List. Read More>>
- Hyphenation: The last word in a line moves down to the next line when it has not enough space. When you select an Automatic or Manual Hyphenation, arranges some part of a word at the current line and moves remaining part of a word to the down. It is a great way for uniform spacing and saving spacing in your document page.
A paragraph is a distinct section that describes the special idea or point. Generally, a paragraph contains one or more lines with a combination of the words, numbers, or other characters. In this group, you have two options i.e. indent and spacing
- Indent: Indent is how far you want to move the paragraph away from the left margin or from the right margin. Generally, Professional material contains no indent, but some follow. According to Wikipedia “Professionally printed material typically does not indent the first paragraph, but indents those that follow.” Read More>>
- Spacing: Giving more or less space above or below the selected paragraphs based upon your requirement. Read More>>
- Position: Positioning is placing an object (picture, shape, etc.) on the page wherever you want. Whether it is on the top left, top center, top right, middle left, middle center, middle right, bottom left, bottom center, or bottom right.
- Wrap Text: Text wrapping means to arrange the text around an object. By default, an object arranges in line with text when you insert an object (picture or drawing a shape) into a word document. Read More>>
- Bring Forward: Bring a selected object forward of all other objects.
- Send Backward: Send a selected object backward of all other objects.
- Selection Pane: Selection pane is one of the great ways to select, show, hide, and change the order of the objects in the word document. Read More>>
- Align: Placing objects (Pictures, Shapes, Icons, etc.) to margins, edge, or relative to one another in the word document.
- Group: Grouping means making more objects together into one object to move, resize, and change its styles and effects as if they were a single object. Read More>>
- Rotate: Rotating an object is a circular movement in different degrees around a center point of it. Rotate has various commands to rotate and flip the objects such as Rotate Right 900, Rotate Right 900, Flip vertical, and Flip Horizontal. Read more>>