How do you make your paper landscape on Word 2003?
Go to the File menu and choose the Page Setup option. In the dialog box that opens there is an Orientation option which will allow you to change between landscape and portrait.
In WORD (for mac) 2008 follow these steps: Click FILE Go down to PAGE SETUP Then under ORIENTATION, click the button with the person on their side (This is the landscap button) If you are using MS Word 2003 then under 'file' menu select 'page setup' option and in 'margin' tab, you will find 'landscape or portrait'. Choose your option by clicking on it. PS: In Microsoft works word processor, you follow the same directions…
a news paper?? i think there's really a software that is formatted like a news paper... maybe yes you can actually make a news paper in ms word since a news paper is only consist of column and the topic...well anyway if you are referring on the size of the paper just like a news paper you need to have a printer who can print and suitable to the size which is bigger to usual…
Yes, the word paper is an adjective; the word paper is also a noun and a verb. Example uses: Adjective: We can use paper plates for lunch. Noun: The paper is due this week. Verb: We can paper one wall and paint the rest. "It's only a paper moon hanging in a cardboard sky, but it wouldn't be make believe if you believed in me."
One of China 's greatest contributions to the world was the invention of paper. During the Han Dynasty (around 200 B.C.), the Chinese used plant materials and silk rags to make paper. They made durable, long-lasting paper by 105 A.D. This paper became the common form of writing materials for records and books. The Chinese also used paper for creating landscape and figure paintings, windows, lanterns, umbrellas, and fans.
Go to file > Page Setup > under the second section Orientation press Landscape It also depends on what version of Microsoft Word that you are using. In the latest Word which is 2007, click on the page layout tab at the top, click the orientation button and then select landscape. It is the same concept but can be found in different places.