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Fit text in a text box
Article If you type or import more text than the text box can hold, Publisher stores the extra text in overflow , where you can't see it. Here are some ways to make th...
Publisher 2007, Publisher 2003
Add a line between text columns
Article If you create two or more columns in a text box you can add a vertical line between the columns.
Publisher 2013, Publisher 2010...
Change the margins around text in a text box or a shape
Article You can change the margins of text, either in a text box or in an autoshape, to make the text fit and look better.
Publisher 2013, Publisher 2010...
Get text out of overflow
Article When a text box or AutoShape contains more text than it can display, Publisher stores the extra text in overflow . You can move your text out of overflow and...
Publisher 2007, Publisher 2003
Create a text box
Article In Microsoft Office Publisher, text doesn't just fill up the space between the margins and flow from one page to the next, as it does in a word-processing progr...
Publisher 2007, Publisher 2003
Set defaults for new text boxes in a publication
Article You can set the formats of an existing text box as the default for new text boxes in the current publication. The formats and settings that will be applied t...
Publisher 2010, Publisher 2007...
Add or change a Continued notice
Article Continued notices guide a reader through the several linked, or connected, text boxes of a story by providing notes that say Continued on page 2 or Continued...
Publisher 2007
Align text within a text box
Article In Publisher 2003 and 2007, you can move text up, down, left, and right within a text box.
Publisher 2007, Publisher 2003
Create columns within a text box
Article Right-click the text box that you want to change, and then click Format Text Box . In the Format Text Box dialog box, click the Text Box tab, and then clic...
Publisher 2007, Publisher 2003
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