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Word 2013

Formatting your Document

Inserting Headers & Footers
Inserting Page Numbers
Line Spacing
Margins and Page Orientation
Page Breaks and Section Breaks

Formatting your text

Aligning Text
Bullets & Numbering
Format Painter
Hanging Indents
Superscript

Reviewing your document

Word Count
Spell Check
Thesaurus

Working with Images

Inserting images : From your computer
Inserting images: From the Internet
Inserting images: From Clip Art
Capturing Screen Snapshots

Working with Tables

Working with Tables

Table of Contents

Creating and updating a Table of Contents

Word 2010

Formatting your Document

Inserting Headers & Footers
Inserting Page Numbers
Line Spacing
Margins and Page Orientation
Page Breaks and Section Breaks

Formatting your text

Aligning Text
Bullets & Numbering
Format Painter
Hanging Indents
Superscript

Reviewing your document

Word Count
Spell Check
Thesaurus

Working with Images

Inserting images : From your computer
Inserting images: From the Internet
Inserting images: From Clip Art
Capturing Screen Snapshots

Working with Tables

Working with Tables

Table of Contents

Creating and updating a Table of Contents


Powerpoint 2013

PowerPoint Basics
Insert a Graph
Insert a Sound
Insert a Video

Powerpoint 2010

Powerpoint Basics
Inserting a Picture
Inserting a Graph
Inserting a Sound
Inserting a Video

Microsoft Word 2013
Margins & Page Orientations

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Margins and Page Orientation

By default, the margins for a Word document are 2.54 cm on the top, bottom, and sides.

 

Page Layout << Margins - select Normal or Custom Margins.

NB: This is useful for changing your margins in your assignment.

 

Custom Margins

If you select Custom Margins, the Page Setup window appears. Tab (or use the arrow keys) between each option and type in your margins. Click OK to apply the changes.

 

Most EIT essay Page Layout require a left margin of 4cm, to do this simply enter 4 in Left Margin << click OK

 
Page Orientation

Page Layout << select Orientation.

 

Choose Portrait or Landscape

NB: To have pages of portrait and landscape orientation in a single document, use section breaks between the affected pages. To do this:-

 

Go to the page you want to change the orientation of, select the area before the text on the page you want to change. Page Layout << Breaks << Section Break << Next Page


Select the area after the text on the same page, Page Layout << Breaks << Next Page

 

The document is now comprised of three sections. Select an area in the page you want to change the orientation of. Page Layout << Orientation << Portrait OR Landscape