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MS Word Options for Preparing Documents

MS Word provides every option necessary for preparing any kind of literary document.
With the following options, there is no reason why your students cannot prepare
and turn in a perfectly formatted document. When setting your margins, you will want to start out with Page Layout and then Page Setup. Here are the options to choose from:

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Setting Margins In MS Word

Setting margins is a simple process.
There are only 3 steps that are involved in this process and once doing it a few times, it will become automatic.

The steps for setting margins are:

Step 1. Click on "Page Layout".

Step 2. Click on " Page Setup".

Step 3. Click on "Margins".
A screen will come up with preset margins or you have the option of creating a custom margin for your document.


Step 4. Click on setting or create
a custom size and hit Okay".

Your margins will be automatically set.