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1 Enhanced Formatting and Document Management Word 2010 Unit 3 Module 3 Diocese of St. Petersburg Office of Training

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3 Table of Contents Workshop Objectives... 0 Topic One: Paragraphs... 1 Changing Spacing... 2 Setting the Alignment... 5 Using Indents and Tabs... 6 Topic Two: Working with Styles... 8 About Styles... 9 Applying a Style Changing the Style Set Changing the Theme Changing Theme Elements Change The Theme Colors Or Fonts Topic Three: Headers and Footers Adding Headers and Footers Add the header only on the first page Formatting Text as Columns Adding a Cover Page Adding WordArt Drawing Shapes Adding a Text Box Topic Three: Reviewing a Document Adding a Comment Diocese of St. Petersburg 9/5/2014

4 Reviewing Comments Tracking Changes Reviewing Changes Comparing Documents Using Sections Customizing Page Numbers in Sections Using Multiple Page Formats in a Document Using Different Headers and Footers in a Document Linking and Breaking Links for Text Boxes Sections Insert a Section Break Next page Continuous Odd page or Even page Formatting a Section Create and modify page borders Create watermarks Create custom watermarks Insert a text watermark, Diocese of St. Petersburg 9/5/2014

5 Workshop Objectives Research has consistently demonstrated that when clear goals are associated with learning, it occurs more easily and rapidly. By the end of this workshop, participants should be able to: Examine and compare text formatting Apply and create paragraph and character styles Use Outline View Create and format Sections Use Breaks Headers and Footers Page Numbering Columns Track Changes Review revisions Work with comments Insert content from other applications Apply backgrounds to document Diocese of St. Petersburg 9/5/2014

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7 Topic One: Paragraphs Paragraph formatting controls the look and feel of an entire paragraph. In this module, we ll discuss how to change the spacing of your text, both the line spacing and the space in between paragraphs. We ll also address setting the alignment and using tabs and indents. We ll also practice using bullets and numbering the document and learn how to add borders and shading to the text. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 1 9/5/2014

8 Changing Spacing The Line Spacing options allow you to change the amount of space between lines in a paragraph. You can also add extra space before and/or after a paragraph to give your document a professional look. Use the following procedure to adjust the line spacing using the Line Spacing tool on the Ribbon. 1. With your cursor anywhere in the paragraph you want to adjust (the text does not have to be selected), select the Line and Paragraph spacing tool from the Ribbon. 2. Select one of the following options: 1.0 single spacing 1.15 provides a little more space than single spacing 1.50 One and a half line spacing 2.0 double spacing 2.5 two and a half line spacing 3.0 triple spacing Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 2 9/5/2014

9 Use the following procedure to add or remove space before or after a paragraph. 1. With your cursor anywhere in the paragraph you want to adjust (the text does not have to be selected), select the Line and Paragraph spacing tool from the Ribbon. 2. The Paragraph spacing options listed are based on your current settings. You can choose one of the following to add or remove space before or after your paragraph: Add Space Before Paragraph Remove Space Before Paragraph Add Space After Paragraph Remove Space After Paragraph The amount added by default is usually 12 points. To add more, you will need to use the Paragraph dialog box. Use the following procedure to open the Paragraph dialog box and adjust the line spacing or paragraph spacing options. 1. With your cursor anywhere in the paragraph you want to adjust (the text does not have to be selected), select the Line and Paragraph spacing tool from the Ribbon. 2. Select Line Spacing Options to open the Paragraph dialog box. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 3 9/5/2014

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11 3. You can use the up and down arrows to adjust the paragraph spacing before and after the paragraph. The arrows adjust the points in typographical increments. You can also enter any number in the Before and AFTER fields to adjust the spacing more precisely. 4. The Line Spacing field allows you to select from several line spacing options. If you select AT LEAST, EXACTLY, or MULTIPLE, enter the measurement (points or lines) in the AT field. Setting the Alignment You can align your text to the left, to the right, or in the center. You can also justify the text. Use the following procedure to adjust the alignment for the paragraph. 1. With your cursor anywhere in the paragraph you want to adjust (the text does not have to be selected), select the desired alignment tool from the Ribbon. You can also select multiple paragraphs by selecting the text. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 5 9/5/2014

12 Using Indents and Tabs Tabs allow you to indent the first line of your paragraph. There are a few different kinds of indents: You can indent a whole paragraph. You can indent the first line of a paragraph (First indent). You can create a hanging indent, such as for bulleted information or Notes. You can create mirror indents. You can add a tab at any time by simply placing the cursor in the desired location and pressing the TAB key. You can create indents using the tools on the Ribbon or by using the Paragraph dialog box. Use the following procedure to add a whole paragraph indent. 1. With your cursor anywhere in the paragraph you want to adjust (the text does not have to be selected), select the Indent tool from the Ribbon. You can also select multiple paragraphs by selecting the text. Use the following procedure for the indent options on the Paragraph dialog box. 1. With your cursor anywhere in the paragraph you want to adjust (the text does not have to be selected), select the square at the bottom right corner of the Paragraph group on the Ribbon to open the Paragraph dialog box. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 6 9/5/2014

13 2. You can use the up and down arrows to adjust the left and/or right Indentation for the paragraph. The arrows adjust the measurement in 1/10 of an inch increments (by default your default measurement can be changed). You can also enter any number in the LEFT and RIGHT fields to adjust the indentation more precisely. 3. The Special field allows you to select a first line only or hanging indent. Enter the measurement for the special indent in the BY field. 4. Check the Mirror indents to have the indent on both the left margin and the right margin by the same amounts. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 7 9/5/2014

14 Topic Two: Working with Styles Styles are a powerful formatting tool to take your Word 2010 document to the next level. Styles help provide consistency. They are also useful if you want to use certain advanced features like generated tables of contents. This module introduces styles and themes to help make your documents look great. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 8 9/5/2014

15 About Styles Styles are a way of combing all of the font and paragraph formatting you have developed to reuse it consistently throughout your document. Word includes a number of pre-defined style names. You can change the formatting properties of these styles as needed. The Styles group on the Ribbon includes a gallery of styles available in the current document. The implications of using styles may not be apparent in shorter documents, but they are a great time saver for longer documents. They also help ensure that your document is consistently formatted. Styles also provide an easy way to easily change the look of the whole document if styles have been applied appropriately. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 9 9/5/2014

16 Applying a Style Paragraph styles include all of the different formatting options for paragraphs. You can quickly apply the same format to different paragraphs by applying a paragraph style. Character styles include all of the different formatting options for fonts. You can quickly apply the same format to different characters or words by applying a character style. You can apply styles by selecting the desired paragraph or character style from the Styles group on the Ribbon. Or you can use the Apply Styles dialog box for quick style application. Here is how to use the Style gallery to apply a paragraph or character style. 2. Select the text you want to format, or simply place your cursor in the word or paragraph you want to format. 3. Open the Style Gallery by clicking the down arrow next to the styles shown in the Styles group. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 10 9/5/2014

17 Apply Styles. 4. Open the Apply Styles dialog box by clicking the down arrow next to the styles shown in the Styles group, and selecting APPLY STYLES from the menu. 5. To apply a style using the Apply Styles dialog box, simply begin typing the name of the style and press Enter when the desired style is displayed. Or use the drop down list to select the style. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 11 9/5/2014

18 Changing the Style Set Word 2010 includes a number of style sets to automatically provide a polished look to your document. The Change Styles tool on the Ribbon allows you to select a new Style Set to quickly change the overall look and feel of your document. Use the following procedure to change the style set. 1. Select the Change Styles tool from the Ribbon and select Style set to see the options. 2. Select a Style set from the list. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 12 9/5/2014

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20 Changing the Theme Themes control the look and feel of your entire document, including the colors, fonts, and effects. Used with applying styles, themes are an efficient way to drastically change the look of your document, making look more professional and modern. Use the following procedure to change the theme. 1. Select the Page Layout tab on the Ribbon. 2. Select the Themes tool from the Ribbon to see the options. 3. Select a Theme from the list. Changing Theme Elements You can easily modify your document by controlling the elements of a theme, including the: Colors Changes the colors available in the gallery Fonts Changes the document fonts for styles Effects changes the way some objects look, such as charts, SmartArt graphics, and shapes Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 14 9/5/2014

21 Change The Theme Colors Or Fonts. 1. Select the PAGE LAYOUT tab on the Ribbon. 2. Select the THEME COLORS tool or the THEME FONTS tool from the Ribbon to see the options. 3. Select an option from the menu to change the color set or font set for the document. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 15 9/5/2014

22 Topic Three: Headers and Footers You ll learn how to add headers and footers, how to format text into columns, how to change the orientation from portrait to landscape, and how to add a page color or border. Finally, you ll learn how to use the Page Setup dialog box. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 16 9/5/2014

23 Adding Headers and Footers Word 2010 has a number of built-in header and footer options to help your document look polished. It also includes a number of tools to help control the headers and footers. Once you have inserted a header or footer, Word 2010 includes a Header & Footer Tools Design tab with a number of tools to help create your header and footer. The Header & Footer group on the Ribbon allow you to insert built-in headers and footers based on the document theme. It also allows you to insert page numbers in various positions on the page. The Insert group on the Ribbon allows you to insert the date and time in various formats, autotext and other building blocks, a picture file or clip art. The Navigation group on the Ribbon allows you to easily move from header to footer, or from one section to another. The Link to Previous tool makes the current header or footer the same as the previous header or footer. The Options group on the Ribbon allows you to set up more advanced headers and footers for documents with a two page spread layout (different odd and even pages or a different first page). It also controls whether you can see your document text while headers and footers are open. The Position group on the Ribbon allows you to modify the margins of the header or footer. The Close group on the Ribbon closes the header and footer view and returns to the normal document view. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 17 9/5/2014

24 Add the header only on the first page 1. Select the Insert tab from the Ribbon and select the Header tool from the Header & Footer group. 2. Select the Blank option. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 18 9/5/2014

25 3. Type the company name. Make sure that the Different First Page option is checked. Below is the Header & Footer Tools Design tab on the Ribbon as well. Use the following procedure to add page numbers to the even pages of the document. 1. Select the Go to Footer tool in the Ribbon. 2. Click the Next tool in the Ribbon to navigation from the First page footer to the Even page footer. 3. Unselect the Link to Previous tool so that the even page footer will be different than the first page footer (where we do not want the page number to appear). The tool is highlighted when it is selected and not highlighted when it is turned off. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 19 9/5/2014

26 4. Select the Different Odd & Even Pages tool in the Ribbon. 5. Select the Page Number tool in the Ribbon. Choose the Bottom of Page and Plain Number 1 options. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 20 9/5/2014

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28 Formatting Text as Columns You can easily format your page with a number of multi-column page layouts. The Columns Tool on the Page Layout Tab of the Ribbon includes several popular options to quickly add columns. Or you can open the Columns dialog box to set more advanced options for columns. Columns tool Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 22 9/5/2014

29 Adding a Cover Page Word includes several built-in styles to use as cover pages for your document. Inserting a cover page is just as easy as inserting a picture or some of the other objects we ve covered so far. Use the following procedure to insert a cover page. 1. Select the Insert tab from the Ribbon. 2. Select Cover Page. 1. Select an option from the Cover Page gallery. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 23 9/5/2014

30 Word inserts the cover page. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 24 9/5/2014

31 3. For each of the elements on the page, click on the field and enter the new text. For example, in the above illustration, when you click anywhere on [Type the document title], the entire field is selected. Begin typing to enter the Title. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 25 9/5/2014

32 Adding WordArt WordArt allows you to quickly use specialized text effects without having to format each feature individually. You insert a WordArt object, and then you enter your text. The object can be moved like a picture. Use the following procedure to create Word Art. 1. Select the Insert tab. 2. Select Word Art. 3. Select the style you want to use. Word adds the WordArt to the top of the current page. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 26 9/5/2014

33 4. Begin typing your text. You can move the object just like a picture. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 27 9/5/2014

34 Drawing Shapes You can draw shapes to enhance your document, including predefined shapes and freeform shapes and lines. Use the following procedure to draw a shape. A Freeform shape is used in this example. 1. Select the Insert tab. 2. Select Shapes. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 28 9/5/2014

35 3. Select the shape you want to draw from the gallery. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 29 9/5/2014

36 4. Drag the mouse to create the shape. Release the mouse to finish drawing the shape. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 30 9/5/2014

37 Adding a Text Box Text boxes give you the freedom to enter text anywhere on the page, such as for creating call outs. You simply draw the text box wherever you want it. Use the following procedure to insert a text box. 1. Place your cursor where you want the text box to appear in the document. Some built in styles appear to the left or right. However, all text boxes have an anchor somewhere in the text of the document. 2. Select the Insert tab from the Ribbon. 3. Select Text Box. 4. Select one of the text box gallery objects, or select Draw Text box. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 31 9/5/2014

38 Word inserts the text box. If you selected Draw Text Box, draw the text box just like a shape. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 32 9/5/2014

39 Anchor symbol (does not Text Box 5. Enter your text. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 33 9/5/2014

40 Topic Three: Reviewing a Document This topic will explain how to review a document. You can add or review comments. Comments are separate from the main text of the document. Track changes, on the other hand, allows you to make changes directly to the document in such a way that other reviewers can see your changes. Then you can review those changes and decide whether to keep them or not. Finally, this topic explains how to compare different documents. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 34 9/5/2014

41 Adding a Comment Comments are a nice feature when you need other people to review your document. A comment includes the author s name (as named on the computer they use to make comments), along with any text the commenter includes about the current paragraph, page, or selection. Use the following procedure to add a comment. 1. Place the cursor where you want to mark a comment or highlight the portion of text on which you want to comment. 2. Select the Review tab from the Ribbon. 3. Select New Comment. Word opens the Markup area on the right side of the screen and inserts a comment. 1. Enter the comment text. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 35 9/5/2014

42 Reviewing Comments Word includes the Markup area on the right side of the screen for documents that include comments. You can use the tools in the Comments area to quickly go from one comment to the next. You can delete comments that have been addressed and are no longer needed. Use the following procedure to review comments. 1. Select the Review tab from the Ribbon. 2. Make sure that either Final: Show Markup or Original: Show Markup are selected in the Tracking area. 3. Use the Next and Previous tools to move from one comment to the next. 4. Review the comments in the Markup area. Use the following procedure to delete a comment. 1. Place your cursor anywhere in the selection for the comment you want to delete. 2. Select the Review tab from the Ribbon. 3. Select Delete. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 36 9/5/2014

43 Tracking Changes The Track Changes feature in Word allows you to provide documentation for any changes you have made to a document. The reviewer can then easily see what is different about the document and decide whether to accept or decline the changes. To track changes, all you have to do is turn the feature on before you make any edits to the document. Use the following procedure to track changes. 1. Select the Review tab from the Ribbon. 2. Select Track Changes. 3. Make edits to the document. Word places a line next to any area with changes. It marks insertions, deletions, moves, and formatting changes according to the settings in the Change Tracking Options dialog box. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 37 9/5/2014

44 Reviewing Changes The Reviewing pane makes it easy to see what has been changed in a document. You can see the Reviewing pane horizontally or vertically. The Changes area allows you to Accept or Reject the current change. You can also move to the next or previous change. Use the following procedure to open the Reviewing Pane. 1. Select the Review tab from the Ribbon. 2. Select Reviewing Pane. 3. Select the orientation you would like to use for the Reviewing pane. Word displays the Reviewing Pane. The different authors who have made changes are highlighted in the colors selected in the Track Changes Options dialog box. When you click on an item in the Reviewing Pane, Word automatically scrolls to the corresponding location in the document. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 38 9/5/2014

45 4. Select Previous or Next to move to another tracked change. 5. Select Accept or Reject to accept or reject the current change. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 39 9/5/2014

46 Comparing Documents You can compare any two documents. Word will create a new document which shows any changes between the two documents in the Reviewing Pane. This feature can also be used to combined revisions from multiple authors into a single document. Use the following procedure to compare documents. 1. Select the Review tab from the Ribbon. 2. Select Compare. Select Compare. Word opens the Compare Documents dialog box to determine which documents to use. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 40 9/5/2014

47 Under Original Document, select the document considered the original from the drop down list. If the document is not listed, select the folder icon to navigate to the document and select Open. To label this document s changes, enter the label in Label change with field. 1. Under Revised Document, select the document considered the revised document from the drop down list. If the document is not listed, select the folder icon to navigate to the document and select Open. To label this document s changes, enter the label in Label change with field. 2. Select More to indicate which Comparison settings you want to mark. You can check or clear any of the boxes to control which items are compared. You can select whether to show changes at a character level or a word level. You can show changes in the Original, the Revised document, or a New document. 3. Select OK to compare the documents. Word compares the document. Note the Reviewing pane, the Comparison document, the original document, and the revised document open in different panes. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 41 9/5/2014

48 Using Sections To insert a section into a document, use the following procedure. 1. Place the cursor in the location where you want to split the document. The new section will begin where the cursor is located. 2. Select the Page Layout tab from the Ribbon. 3. Select the type of Section Break from the drop down list. a. Next Page select this option to start the section on the next page. You ll need this one if you want to use the section to create different page layouts within the document. b. Continuous select this option to start the section immediately. You might use this one if you want to include different column layouts within the same page. c. Even Page select this option if you are using a two-page layout and you want the next section to start on an even page. A blank page will be inserted if necessary. d. Odd Page select this option if you are using a two-page layout and you want the next section to start on an add page. A blank page will be inserted if necessary. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 42 9/5/2014

49 Customizing Page Numbers in Sections To create custom page numbers, use the following procedure. 1. Double-click in the footer area of the first section to open the Header & Footer Tools Design tab on the Ribbon. 2. If the Link to Previous option is active (in the Navigation group), select it to turn it off. Customized page numbers do not work if the sections are linked. 3. Enter the page number in the desired location by selecting Page Number and select the desired option from the drop down list. 1. Select Format Page Numbers from the Page Number drop down list to open the Page Number Format dialog box. 2. Select the Number Format from the drop down list. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 43 9/5/2014

50 1. Select Start at and enter the starting page number for this section. 2. Select OK. 3. Make sure there is a section break at the end of the current section. Move to the next section s footer. If the Link to Previous option is active (in the Navigation group), select it to turn it off. You may need to unlink each section separately. 4. Select Format Page Numbers from the Page Number drop down list to open the Page Number Format dialog box for this section. 5. Choose the Number format and the Page numbering start location for this and select OK to apply the formatting to this section s page numbering. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 44 9/5/2014

51 Using Multiple Page Formats in a Document To add a landscape section to a document that is portrait oriented, use the following procedure. 1. Create a section break at the end of the document. a. Select the Page Layout tab on the Ribbon. b. Select Breaks. c. Select Next Page. 2. Making sure that the cursor is located AFTER the section break; open the Page Layout dialog box by selecting the small square in the Page Setup group of the Page Layout tab on the Ribbon. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 45 9/5/2014

52 3. 1. On the Margins tab, select Landscape as the orientation. 2. In the Apply To list at the bottom, make sure that This Section is selected from the drop down list. 3. Select OK. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 46 9/5/2014

53 The new section has a different page orientation. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 47 9/5/2014

54 Using Different Headers and Footers in a Document To use different headers and footers using sections, use the following procedure. 4. Double-click in the header area of the first section to open the Header & Footer Tools Design tab on the Ribbon. 5. In this example, the Title Page should not have headers or footers, so we ll check the Different First Page box. Select Go to Footer and check the Different First Page box for it. 6. If the Link to Previous option is active (in the Navigation group), select it to turn it off. The Link to Previous option makes the active header or footer the same as the previous section s header or footer. You ll need to unlink headers and footers separately. 7. Make sure there is a section break at the end of the current section. Move to the next section s header or footer. If the Link to Previous option is active (in the Navigation group), select it to turn it off. You may need to unlink each section separately. 8. Enter the header and/or footer information that is different from the previous section. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 48 9/5/2014

55 Linking and Breaking Links for Text Boxes To link text boxes, use the following procedure. 1. In the sample document, scroll to the text box on page two. 2. Select the text box by clicking on it. 3. Select the Text Box Tools Format tab on the Ribbon. 4. Select Create Link. Notice how the cursor changes to a pitcher. This indicates that you are creating a text box link, and there is text to flow to an empty text box. 1. Click on the empty text box where you want the text to flow. Notice how the cursor changes to a pouring pitcher when you mouse over an empty text box. 2. The text boxes are now linked. Extra text from the first text box flows into the second text box. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 49 9/5/2014

56 To break a link, return to the first text box. When you select the text box, the Break Link option becomes available. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 50 9/5/2014

57 Sections You can use sections (section: A portion of a document in which you set certain page formatting options. You create a new section when you want to change such properties as line numbering, number of columns, or headers and footers.) to vary the layout of a document within a page or between pages. Section formatted as a single column Section formatted as two columns Just insert section breaks to divide the document into sections, and then format each section the way you want. For example, format a section as a single column for the introduction of a report, and then format the following section as two columns for the report s body text. Insert a Section Break 1. Select Page Layout on the ribbon 2. Select Breaks from the group 3. Choose the type of break. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 51 9/5/2014

58 Format first page differently than other pages The following examples show the types of section breaks you can insert. (In each illustration, the double dotted line represents a section break.) Next page inserts a section break and starts the new section on the next page. Continuous inserts a section break and starts the new section on the same page. Odd page or Even page inserts a section break and starts the new section on the next odd-numbered or evennumbered page. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 52 9/5/2014

59 Formatting a Section You can change the following section formats: Margins Paper size or orientation Paper source for a printer Page borders Vertical alignment (alignment: The consistent positioning of text, graphics, and other objects. Types of alignment include left, right, and justified.) Headers and footers (header and footer: A header, which can consist of text or graphics, appears at the top of every page in a section. A footer appears at the bottom of every page. Headers and footers often contain page numbers, chapter titles, dates, and author names.) Columns Page numbering Line numbering Footnotes and endnotes A section break controls the section formatting of the text that precedes it. For example, if you delete a section break, the preceding text becomes part of the following section and assumes its section formatting. Note that the last paragraph mark (paragraph mark: The nonprinting symbol that Microsoft Word inserts when you press ENTER to end a paragraph. The paragraph mark stores the formatting you apply to the paragraph.) in the document controls the section formatting of the last section in the document or of the entire document if it doesn t contain sections. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 53 9/5/2014

60 Create and modify page borders 1. On the Page Layout menu, Select Page Background, and then click the Page Border. 2. To specify an artistic border, such as trees, select an option in the Art box. 3. Click one of the border options under Settings. 4. To specify that the border appears on a particular side of a page, such as only at the top, click Custom under Setting. Under Preview, click where you want the border to appear. 5. To specify a particular page or section for the border to appear in, click the option you want under Apply to. 6. To specify the exact position of the border on the page, click Options, and then select the options you want. NOTE You can see page borders on your screen by viewing your document in print layout view. Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 54 9/5/2014

61 Create watermarks The watermark commands are available only in normal, print layout, and outline views. 1. On the Page Layout menu, Select Page Background group, 2. Click the Watermark. Create custom watermarks 1. On the Page Layout menu, Select Page Background group, 2. Click the Custom Watermark. 3. To insert a picture as a watermark, click Picture Watermark, and then click Select Picture. Select the picture you want, and then click Insert. Insert a text watermark, 1. click Text Watermark, and then select or enter the text Diocese of St. Petersburg pg. 55 9/5/2014

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