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Step 1 - Margins
Top - Enter the distance you want between the top of the page and the top of the first line on the page.
Left - Enter the distance you want between the left edge of the page and the left edge of unindented lines.
Gutter - Enter the amount of extra space you want to add to the margin for binding. The preview shows how the adjustment looks in your document.
Bottom - Enter the distance you want between the bottom of the page and the bottom of the last line on the page.
Right - Enter the distance you want between the right edge of the page and the right end of a line with no right indent.
Gutter position - Position the gutter at the top, left, or right of a document. If you have set up your document with facing pages or two pages per sheet (by using Mirror margins, Book fold, or 2 pages per sheet), then this option is not available. The preview shows how the adjustment looks in your document.
Step 2 - Orientation
Portrait - Prints the document so that the short edge of the paper is the top of the page.
Landscape - Prints the document so that the long edge of the paper is the top of the page.
Step 3 - Pages
Multiple pages - Set options for multiple pages. Options are Normal, Mirror Margins, 2 pages per sheet, Book fold
Step 4 - Preview
Applies to - Click the portion of the document you want to apply the current settings to in the Page Setup dialog box. Options are Whole document, This point forward
Step 5 - Things to Remember
You can save these settings to your Normal.dot by pressing the "Default" button in the bottom left corner.
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