reformatting documents

notes on the key aspects of reformatting documents

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page size, settings and orientation

  • size of paper can be sert by user to meet their needs. sizes include: A4, A3 legal, tabloid
  • page margins are blank spaces around the side of a page. text and graphics are put in middle of printable area, except for headers and footers which contain things like dates, names, page numbers, and can be put in margins
  • user can select page orientation either protrait or landscape
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text alignment, size, style

  • user can select most appropriate alignment for their needs. can be aligned left, right, centre or justified
  • select different font styles some fonts are easy to read such as Times New Roman, and comic sans ms, and some are harder to read such as mistral. fonts can be highlighted by use of bold, italics, underline or highlighter function. font style must be appropriate for users needs
  • size of font can be selected. must be appropriate for users needs and the document produced- most letters are written in size 12 font
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