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In Office 2003 it was possible to set up a word document with both landscape
and portrait pages. Can this still be done with Office 2007?
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Of course! What have you tried that isn't working?

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Hi Suzanne

I think i was suffering from mental block, I have now worked out how to do
this by going to Page Layout, Breaks to select section break and then
Orientation.
Thanks for responding
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Of course! What have you tried that isn't working?

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Yes, it's a little difficult to find the section breaks in Word 2007 (I
would expect to find them on the Insert tab).

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Hi Suzanne

I think i was suffering from mental block, I have now worked out how to do
this by going to Page Layout, Breaks to select section break and then
Orientation.
Thanks for responding
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Keith


"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

Of course! What have you tried that isn't working?

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In Office 2003 it was possible to set up a word document with both
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Hi Suzanne,

Interesting. While that was the location in older versions, to me they make more sense being in the Page [document] Layout tab ,
especially the way the gallery is presented.

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