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Old 07-24-2010, 11:44 AM   #1
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How do I switch the Page layout to Landscape before I start typing?

I need it to be in Landscap so I can type all the way across the page and have it show me what it looks like.

I know I can print in Lanscrap but I need it to switch to Landscap before I type?
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Old 07-24-2010, 01:03 PM   #2
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Click Format > Styles and Formatting, (The "Styles and Formatting" window appears.) Click the Page Styles, , icon.

Click the New Style From Selection, , icon > New Style from Selection. (The "Create Style" window appears.)

In the dialog box under Style Name, type Portrait. Click OK. (The word 'Portrait” is added to the list of "Page Styles”)

Again, click the New Style From Selection, , icon > New Style from Selection.

In the dialog box under Style Name, type Landscape. Click OK. (The word 'Landscape” is added to the list of "Page Styles”)

In the “Styles and Formatting” window, right-click Landscape. (A small menu appears with the choices, "New, Modify, Delete".) Click Modify (The "Page Style: Landscape" window appears.) Click the Page tab. At “Orientation”, click Landscape. (A dot appears before "Landscape") > OK. (The "Page Style: Landscape" window closes.)
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