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Columns

Mike McBride

You can divide the page into several columns, of equal width, with a user controlled space in between each column.

Note

This feature is only available in Text Oriented documents.

If you are working in a Page Layout document, you can build up several columns using a different frame for each column.

To change the number and width of columns select Format -> Page Layout... from the menubar.

This will bring up a dialog box.



Click on the tab labeled Columns .

This will change the dialog box.



You can now select the number of columns in the spin box labeled Columns: , and the spacing between columns in the text box labeled Column spacing: .

The preview box shows you what your page will look like.

Click OK when you are done.

Click Cancel to abort changes.




 
 
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