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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Make One Page Landscape - Microsoft Word 2007

When writing a word document you want one page landscape and the rest portrait. How do you do this?

You need to do whats called a section break, this is different to a page break.



Once you have a section break you are then able to change the Orientation of the page.

115 comments:

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  2. Thanks. I'm really good with computers and such, but couldn't figure this one out on my own.

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  3. thnksssssssssssss

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  4. Thank you! You're awesome!! Drove me crazy trying to figure it out again!!

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  5. thanks for this helped a lot

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  6. thanks a lot......

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  7. THANK YOU VERY MUCH, YOUR INSTRUCTIONS WERE THE EASIEST IVE EVER COME ACROSS FOR THIS SITUATION.
    THANKS!!!!!!!!!

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  8. You are such a babe. I was having the biggest horse of my life with this problem, and you solved it just like that. Thanks xxx

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  9. It is really helpful. Thanks...

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  10. Hi There,

    Just wondering if I was to make a page in the middle landscape, and the rest portrait, would I do the same thing? It worked initially, but then it messed up my page numbers. Not sure if it was because I was using a template. Any ideas on what I could do?

    Thanks in advance!

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  11. Great Info you rock dude!

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  12. Hi,

    Thanks for sharing this great advice! It's so easy once you know hpw to do it, but wneh you don't know it's actually really tricky.

    We've made a video tutorial (only 1 minut) showing you how to insert one single page in landscape mode. Please check it out! Hope you'll like it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDddtqHAt3E

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  13. Thanks mate, you helped me solve a problem very easily!

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  14. sucks its an easier way to do it

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  15. Perfect, was messing around with the usual page breaks and could not get it to work for one page only. Now that I applied the steps - as in this post - it works like a charm!

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  16. Thanks Clint! Instructions are straight-forward and clear.

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  17. thanks - been struggling with that one for ages

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  18. Yipppeee-thanks!

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  19. Very nice. But one thing I noticed, my page numbering got messed up when I did this, the pages after the now landscape page started over counting from one again. Maybe my footer was messed up...

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    1. I found that too, but just realised that if you go into the footer and then choose "Page number" from the ribbon bar, you can get it to continue numbering from the previous section.

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    2. I forgot to add, you need to choose "Format page numbers" under the "Page number" ribbon bar icon to be able to change that.

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  20. @ March 6, 1533:

    Just redo the footers; they often get screwed over.

    Thanks very much mate, very useful

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  21. That helps a great deal! Thanks!

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  22. Thanks, Appreicate it.

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  23. Thanks a lots guys!

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  24. very helpful. Thanx

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  25. oh god! Thanks so much!!!!!!!!!!!

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  26. Thank you so much!

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  27. Really helpful, couldn't for the life of me figure this out. Thank you!

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  28. Very useful, thanks for posting this

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  29. Cheers haven’t used MS for a while and never used 2010 version, been on Mac since 2005

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  30. Terrific. Thanks!!

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  31. Excellent !! Thank you 11!

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  32. Wow awesome ! Saved hours of attempts !

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  33. Thank you. Failed attempts were making me crazy!

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  34. thank you so much!!!! really helpful!!!

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  35. thankyou! im so happy right now!

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  36. thank u.. u're make my work much easy. ;)

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  37. thank you very much...

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  38. (Hat tip) Brilliant, I could have never accomplished that, and that too so easily.

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  39. Thanks! You saved my skin, now the report I was working on looks super slick.

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  40. Thank you, It is very helpful

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  41. Thank you Clint.

    Jason from Australia.

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  42. Great, and appreciate the time you've spent to explain even this kind of simple matters.. But it means lot for someone who has no clue how to do that.

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  44. Thanks so much!!!

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  45. Thank you very much. Really appreciate it.

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  46. Gratitude good sir

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  47. Oh my goodness, you saved me a lot of time figuring this out! Really appreciate it!

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  48. My deepest gratitude Sir! Appreciate it a lot!

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  49. Very, very appreciated! This just saved me a whole lot of time!

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  50. Thank you. You have enabled me to work without swearing at Bill Gates and Microsoft... (again)

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  51. Thank you, very helpfull :)

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  52. Simple and effective. Thanks a hoodle!

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  53. Thanks very much. I was driving myself nuts staring at the Word 2007 interface (why, oh why did I upgrade from 2003? This answered my question painlessly and immediately.

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  54. Thank you very much !!!
    This is what I was looking for that...

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  55. Thank you very much, really helpful in writing thesis ...

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  56. Quick, good one - thanks!

    FZ from Ethiopia

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  57. So simple and useful. Thank you very much!

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  58. thank you. very useful.

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  59. Thanks very much. Exactly what I needed to know :)

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  60. Thanks so much! So clear:)

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  61. Thank you, thank you!! really clear and helpful :)

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  62. Right to the point. Thank you

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  63. Very to the point and easiest instruction i have evr came across. Thanks heaps.

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  64. So easy. I did it so quickly that I took a little section break myself.

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  65. Thank you so very much!!! SUPER helpful!!! :)

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  66. Thankss for the awasome example.. waiting for new examples..

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  67. Alternative Solution, simple and gr8..
    http://grok.lsu.edu/article.aspx?articleid=7875

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  68. Thank You so much sir.....its very simple technique....simply grate(Vivek)

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  69. Thank You Sir. It really works and its really easy...By the way you should mention where to put cursor at the beginning of the document or at the end of the document and on which page I need to apply this "the page I want change the oriemtation with"

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  70. Thanks very much Sir

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  71. Thanks, this solved my problem.

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  72. Cheers Dude!

    Problem solved!

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  73. Thank you! Easy to understand

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  74. thanks geek
    sorry I don't mean it in that way
    anyways thanks

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  75. I am grateful,it just worked out,blessings!!

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  76. thankyou so much!!

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  77. thanks a lot!

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  78. thanks alot !!!!!!!!!!!

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