moderated Re: Word 365 Font, Line Spacing & Margins
george b <gbmagoo@...>
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Yes this is good, but you also need to make sure that it is single line spacing or it will only be 25 lines as you would see in the link I posted.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Richard Turner
Sent: May 6, 2020 6:30
Subject: Re: Word 365 Font, Line Spacing & Margins
My recommendation is to open a blank document.
Press the applications key or shift+f10, and then the letter f for fonts.
Pick the font she wants, tab to regular, then tab to size and if she wants 46 lines, 12 point will give her that with most fonts. Then either shift tab a bunch or continue tabbing a bunch to set as default and hit space bar, then a dialog comes up that is defaulting to this document only, tab twice to the radio button and arrow down once to for all documents based on the normal template and hit enter.
She may need another enter on OK to get it to stick.
For the Margins, press Alt+p which puts you on the Layout tab, arrow down once and Margin is the first item. Hit space on that and then she can either do a custom or arrow through and find 1 inch margins. And select that.
One more thing I would do that probably means she will need to go back to Layout with Alt+p and down arrow, then tab to the settings for before Paragraph and after Paragraph and make sure they are both set to 0.
Otherwise, you get odd extra spacing and sighted folks, at least my wife, are not happy.
I hope that helps,
"There's a nap for that." - an anonymous cat in a window in Portland, Oregon.
I don't run Word 365, so could someone please post steps for how to set font, line spacing & margins for the young ladies post below?
What can I do to have pages of 46 lines?
Just in case, I use jaws 2020.
Thank you all very much.
Take care. Mike. Sent from my iBarstool.