How do I shift pages in MS Word 2007?
Mouse Cut and Paste Open Word and then your document. Move your insertion point to the far top left of the page you want to move. Hold down the left mouse button and drag down toward the right bottom side of the screen until you have selected the whole page. Release the mouse. Your page is highlighted in a different color. Click the Home tab and then click the Cutmand from the Clipboard area. Move the insertion point to where you want the new page to be located. Click on the Home tab and then the Pastemand in the Clipboard area to paste the page where you want it to go. Keyboard Cut and Paste Open Word and then your document. Go to the page to move and click at the very top of the page. Hold down the Shift key and arrow down to the bottom of the page. You can also press the PageDown key which selects one screen at a time. Release the key at the end of the page you need to move. Press Control-X to cut the page. Move to the page where you want the information to go. Press Control-V to paste the cut information in its new location.
How do I insert landscape pages in the middle of portrait pages in an MS Word 2007 document?
The easiest way? Select the content you want to appear in the landscape page; open the Page Setup dialog (double-click the left vertical ruler or use Page Layout Page Setup); click on the Landscape button in the Orientation section of the Margins tab; in the Preview sction choose Selected in the Apply to pulldown; click OK. This will do it but to really italic understand what is going on -- and to be able to take advantage of the many more options available -- examine the results in the Draft view after clicking the ub6 button to be able to see non-printing characters. You'll see that the above actions put a section break before and after the selected . The landscape content is now within its own section so can have its own other section-related attributes like different header numbering options page & column settings and more. Like many Word functions quick shortcut methods like this will work but if you don't take the time to understand what is actually being done you'll miss many of the real benefits -- and be frustrated by what appears to be a programming glitch. The concept of sections is key to using Word for any serious document preparation IMHO but it does require an investment of learning time to use it effectively.
Is there a way to rearrange pages in Microsoft Word?
Well I have to disagree with the others to a certain point at least. While it isn't easy to move individual pages Microsoft Word offers the ability to expand and collaspe a document. This means you can break your document into a bunch of different separate documents ones that contain the sections you want to move around and then assemble them in Word. You can Expand the document to see all the in order or Collapse them and only see a consecutive list of the specific documents that make up the larger Master Document. Change your View to Outline. Under Master Document click Show Document. At this point you can either Create a new sub-document or Insert an existing document. This is a great way to apply the same styles to a bunch of different documents. Plus you can then move the sub-doocuments around and change their order. This may not be *exactly* what you are looking for but it seems to me to be the closest Word cane to permitting you to move sections of around. If you need to move Pages specifically save your pages as individual documents and this method will work. s
How do I start page numbers on page 3 in Word 2007?
How do I start page numbers on page 3 in Word 27? Word 27 tool locations will differ from the examples below but the theory is identical. 1. Insert a Next Page section break at the bottom of your Page 2. 2. On Page 3 double-click in either the Header area or the Footer area depending on where you want your page numbers. Ill use the Header for this example. 3. Turn off Link to Previous. (If you don youll end up formatting the previous Section also.) 4. Insert your page number. 5. Format the Page numbers however you want. 6. Choose Close Header and Footer or just double-click anywhere in your document body . 7. Youre done.
How do I start page numbers on page 2 in Word 2007?
You can do so by using section breaks and removing of page numbers from previous section . So first at end of first page add a section break. To do so click Breaks on page layout tab. Here select a section break as you wish e.g. if you want to insert page break as well click Next Page. Now you can add page numbers and not have them with previous section. You can insert page number from insert tab and edit it to de from previous section but this would involve some unnecessary extra steps. So I would suggest going through header tab. While on page 2 go to Insert tab click Header drop-down (or footer drop down wherever you want to add page numbers) and click Edit Header. You will be on the Header & Footer tab. Here click Link to Previous to un-select italic it. Now go to Page Number drop-down and click Format Page Number. Select Start at then click OK. Now select the preferred of page number from Page number drop down. Having done this you would get page numbers from page 2 onward without a page number on first page.
How do I start a page halfway down in Word 2007 without having to do returns all the time?
Method 1 Just double click wherever you want begin and start typing. Method 2 In Page Setup under Layout tab you may set the vertical alignment of the page to center. Create a template. Use the template whenever you want to start a page halfway down.
How do I delete a page in Word 2007?
Regardless of the version your question indicates somewhat of a misunderstanding of a word processor file. Myments below should apply to any Word Processing software. Instead of thinking of a document as consisting of pages think of it as consisting of paragraphs white space and s. Excess and that fills a whole page at the end of a document. I have no content after the table so I can select anything to delete. I mess around with table settings and margins ever so slightly and maybe it will work. I find that a table or image should always have a blank line (or any selectable content) after it and this usually makes it easier to terminate a document without forcing a blank page.