In two clicks with Word, display all or part of your text in two or three columns, like in a newspaper!
To display part of the text in more than one column, you don't have to manually insert the two section breaks before and after.
- Just select the text portion and then choose the number of columns from the button Columns on the ribbon Layout. The two page breaks are automatically added to obtain the requested display.
- A tip: If your columns are not balanced, include a section break at the end of the text to make Word distribute the text more evenly. Also check the removal parameters (ribbon Layoutfields Withdrawal Group Paragraph) for the relevant paragraphs.
- The original text of this practical sheet is taken from "Everything to use Word 2010 well" (Christine EBERHARDT, Collection Idroid.com, Dunod, 2010)
To display part of the text in more than one column, you don't have to manually insert the two section breaks before and after. Just select the text portion and then choose the number of columns from the Columns on ... button.
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