If you want to have a “clean” document that is not bloated and that behaves nicely and does what you want it to do, then you need to know how to use Breaks in your word documents. It allows you to increase your productivity. Not only that, but you can prepare and print documents with stop and start text entry at specific places in your documents.
Many times I receive e-mails from subscribers asking me how to use both Portrait and Landscape in one document. The answer is simple – utilize Breaks!
Follow the steps below to learn how:
- Select the Layout tab of your Ribbon.
- Click the drop-down next to Breaks.
- Select Next Page.
Your cursor will be moved to a new page, which will permit you to apply different attributes to this page, such as Landscape or Portrait, letter or legal, etc.
You can now modify this specific page without affecting the format of the other pages in your document. Turns a big problem into something easy peasy!