By using the Ms.Word application we can easily create various types of documents. Such as official letters, job reports, theses and various other documents. Moreover, in the Ms.Word application there are also various useful features that make it easier for us to make documents neater and more attractive.
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE DISPLAY IN MS.WORD
When we create documents in Ms.Word application, sometimes we need to combine portrait and landscape page views. Portrait view has an upright view (vertical) while landscape has a sideways view (horizontal). Usually, the landscape view in Ms.Word documents is used to display data tables so that they are not truncated.
COMBINING PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE VIEWS IN MS.WORD
Actually, to be able to combine portrait and landscape page views in the Ms.Word application is very easy and fast. We also don’t need to create a separate document. For a complete explanation of how to combine portrait and landscape views in the Ms.Word application, we can follow the following simple steps.
1. Open the Ms.Word document file that you want to change into portrait and landscape views in one Ms.Word file.
2. At first the Ms.Word document view is a portrait view. To change a page to landscape view, place the cursor type at the beginning of the sentence whose page you want to be landscaped. Then, click the Page Layout menu and click the side arrow icon in the Page Setup menu .
3. In the Page Setup column, click the Margins folder. Select Landscape Orientation . In the Apply to field, select This point forward . Click OK.
4. The following is a view of the Ms.Word document page that has been changed to landscape view. And, automatically all the pages below will have a landscape view.
5. To change the page view under the landscape page to a portrait view. Place the typing cursor at the beginning of the sentence you want to convert into a portrait view. Then, click the Page Layout menu and click the side arrow icon in the Page Setup menu .
6. In the Page Setup column, click the Margins folder. Select Orientation Portrait . In the Apply to field, select This point forward . Click OK.
7. Done, Here is the view of the landscape page that has been changed back to portrait view.
It’s not easy to change the portrait page view to landscape view in the Ms.Word application. We can also easily change the landscape view back to portrait view, without changing the appearance of the previous page that we have set. A few explanations for combining portrait and landscape documents in the Ms.Word application.