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Add shading, color, or graphic fills
Show All Hide All In Word 2010, the new ribbon makes it easier to add shading, color, or graphic fills. Read an article or try Office 2010 Do one of the followi...
Add vertical lines between newsletter-style columns
Switch to print layout view . If your document is divided into sections , click in the section you want to change. On the Format menu, click Columns . Sele...
Balance newsletter-style column length on a page
In print layout view , click at the end of the columns you want to balance. On the Insert menu, click Bre ak . Click Continuous . Microsoft Word inserts a...
Change headers or footers
Change the headers or footers for the first page, or for odd and even pages on part or all of a Word 2003 document.
Create newsletter-style columns
You can add or create columns in a Word 2003 document so that text appears as it does in a newspaper. Two-columns and three-columns are popular formats.
Force the start of a new newsletter-style column
Switch to print layout view . Click where you want to start the new column. On the Insert menu, click Break . Click Column break . Microsoft Word moves th...
Insert a symbol or special character
You can use the Symbol dialog box to enter symbols, such as ¼, and ©, or special characters, such as an em dash (—) or ellipsis (…), that are not on your keyb...
Modify a style
Important notice for users of Office 2003 To continue receiving security updates for Office, make sure you're running Office 2003 Service Pack 3 (SP3) . The...