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If you're a student or know a student, this one's for you. Generally, the default margins in Microsoft Word are fine, but ...
often for school reports and assignments, the school or teacher will have very specific requirements for margins. Whether you want narrow margins or wide ones, Microsoft Word 2007 gives you lots of defaults to choose from, or you can choose to set custom margins in Word.
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Hi, this is Mike Callahan, Dr. File Finder and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on how to change the margins in Word 2007.
Word 2007 introduced the ribbon which was a chain from our previous of Word. So in Word 2007, we’re going to click on the page layout. Then here on the far left, you see margins. You can click on that and a window drops down that has some default settings, so normal is one inch margins all the way around. Narrow is half inch margins all the way around. There are some moderate, wide, mirrored, Office 2003 default. If any of these shouldn’t fit what you want to do, you can go down here, click custom margins and you can set your margins to be some specific thing that you’re looking for, like that. You can make it portrait or landscape but you have your margins. Click OK and now, you have your margins set.
So that’s a handy feature that it comes with default margin settings that you can quickly use if you are in a hurry or if it provides what you want. And if not, you can always create custom ones.
That’s changing the margins in Word 2007 and that’s all there is to it.