Archive for April, 2007
Normally, when you open Word 2007 your document will be in “Portrait Orientation.” Portrait means that the page is taller than it is wider. Portrait works for most documents, but sometimes you might want to put that page on its side… or landscape, which is when the page is wider than it is taller.
How to change to Portrait or Landscape page orientation in Word 2007
To change the page orientation in Word 2007, click on the “Page Layout” tab on the Ribbon, and then click on the “Orientation” button. This will give you your two options, portrait, or landscape.
’till next time
[tags]Word 2007, Desktop Publishing, Layout, Help[/tags]
A question popped up on The New Paperclip forums that I thought I might share with you all….
“How do you set the default font in Outlook 2007?”
It is easy in Word 2007… but in Outlook 2007 it is a little different… but here is how!
- Click “Tools” -> “Options”
- Select the “Mail Format” tab
- Click “Stationery and Fonts…”
- On the Signatures and Stationery dialog box that appears, ensure that you are on the “Personal Stationery” tab
- Click “Font…”
Then select your favourite font, style, size, colour, and effects… and then click OK half a dozen times
Are you a systems administrator charged with deploying and maintaining an Office 2007 environment? You can now download some key sections for the 2007 Office Resource Kit.
There are four different titles available, Planning and architecture for the 2007 Office release, Deployment for the 2007 Office release, Security for the 2007 Office release, and Technical reference for the 2007 Office Release
You can download each of them from the Microsoft Office System site on Technet