You can change the vertical alignment of the text on you Microsoft Word
2007 document page. For example, if you want to have a cover page with
text placed in the middle of the page (not the top) then you can easily
Microsoft Word 2007 - Page Setup
Changing Vertical Alignment
The alignment buttons on the
Home Ribbon tab allows you to change the
horizontal alignment of text. But Word also offers the choice of changing
the vertical alignment,
where you can have your
text start, not at the top of the page, but in the center of the page or
even at the bottom.
For example, you might have a front page for a
booklet and you need to have the name of the book right in the middle,
middle of the page.
To change the vertical alignment, follow these steps:
||Place the cursor where you want to change the vertical
alignment, if you are
changing the vertical alignment in the middle of a document.
change the vertical alignment of the entire document, it doesn't matter where
you place the cursor.
||Click the Page Layout Ribbon tab, then, from the Page
Setup group, click on the Page Setup expand button to get
to the Page Setup dialog box.
||Click the Layout tab.
||From the Section Start drop-down list, choose one of the
"Whole Document" to apply your
settings to the entire document.
"This Section" to apply them to a section.
"This Point Forward" to change the vertical
alignment for the rest of a document.
When you choose
"This Point Forward", Word creates a new section.
||From the Vertical Alignment drop-down list, choose Top,
Center, Bottom or
||If needed, click the Line Numbers button,
check-mark the Add Line Numbering checkbox and
Line Numbers are added to the
right of the text, inside the margin area. This is an automatic
numbering of each line used on a document page.
Microsoft Word 2007
- On-screen elements
- Save a file
- Open a file
- Rename a file
- Delete a file
- Format Painter
- Font Attributes
- Font Dialog Box
- Highlight text
- Character Spacing
- Line Spacing
- Change Case
- Borders & Shading
- Download Borders
- Page Break
- Section Break
- Page Number
- Vertical Alignment
- Paper Size
- Print Preview
- Spelling & Grammar