microsoft.public.word.pagelayout - Microsoft Office Word
i need to make fliers on office word 2003 i want to divide the paper up into four parts so i can cut them easily i also need to copy one image into each four parts
I have observed a bug in MS Word. I am able to duplicate the problem as follows: I first created a table using the create table tool bar button. I needed to make several tables, so I just copied the newly created table several times. I used the following procedure to copy the tables: I hovered over the table and clicked on the little table marker in the upper left corner of the table, and clicked on it. I then held down the Control key and drug a copy of the table to the new desired location. This seemed to work fine. When you click on the left margin of the original table, you can "easily" highlight the entire row, and the row can be moved within the table as desired. When you click on the margin of the copy of the table, the table row is not "easily" selected. In fact, there is only a very small region just to the left of the table where you can highlight the row. Now if you try to drag this highlighted row to a new location within the same table, the table gets divided into three parts: the rows before where you are tyying to move to, the row that was moved, and the rows after the move. If I select all of the columns of the original table (where the cursor turns into a down arrow) and then use my Control drag operation to copy the table, the copy works just like the original. There appears to be something different about the way MS Word treats copying a table using the little table marker in the upper left corner, and just copying the selected cells. This is a lesson learned: DO NOT use the table marker to make copies of tables. Regards, Tom
Version: 2008 Operating System: Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) I'm trying to make a divided page -- it may be called two pages on one sheet -- making a folded program on landscape 8 1/2 by 11 paper. Any suggestions how to do it? It looks fine on the screen but doesn't print properly.
I would like to know how to divide a page into four sections. Imagine that you are folding a piece of paper in half one way and then in half the other way. The page would be divided horizontally and vertically.