Change your Page Orientation (Portrait vs Landscape) in Word 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
TNP ;)

[tags]Word 2007, Desktop Publishing, Layout, Help[/tags]

108 thoughts on “Change your Page Orientation (Portrait vs Landscape) in Word 2007

  1. I am printing a document with both portrait and landscape pages, but I’d like the landscape pages to be rotated 180 degrees. (The way they’re coming out, if I put in on 3-hole punch paper the holes would be at the bottom of the landscape pages, and I want them at the top.).

    Is there a way to do that?

  2. in Ms Excel 2007 i want to take Print first pages in landscape and 2nd page in portratit it is possible
    help me!!!!!!

  3. Hi i have problem in Ms Excel 2007 i want to take Print first pages in landscape and 2nd page in portratit it is possible in ms excel 2007
    help me!!!!!!

  4. New post. When I open Word 2007 it is in landscape mode. I cannot get it to go back to portrait mode. I know how it is supposed to work but it doesn’t work.

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