c# barcode image generation library Figure 8-8. The Margins tab of the Page Setup dialog box in Font

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Figure 8-8. The Margins tab of the Page Setup dialog box
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The default settings for the Normal.dot template are 1 inch at the top and bottom of the page and 1.25 inches at either side of the page. In most situations, these settings are appropriate for a business proposal. However, if you plan to bind the business proposal, you may want to increase the left margin by .25 inch. This ensures that the binding will not obstruct any of the printing.
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Caution Avoid increasing the margins without a good reason, such as accommodating a binding. Otherwise, the margins will become distracting, and your business proposal may look insubstantial. Similarly, do not decrease the margins to fit more on the page. This will make the business proposal look cramped and difficult to read.
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If you plan to add a header and footer, take that into consideration. Word will place the header and footer outside the margins you specify. You should also consider any footnotes you have added to the document.
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The page orientation should be portrait. Also, check that the drop-down box labeled Pages reads Normal. The other options are not appropriate for a business proposal. In the drop-down box labeled Apply to, select Whole document. Next, click the Paper tab, shown in Figure 8-9, in the Page Setup dialog box. In the Paper size section, use the drop-down box to specify the paper size; in this case, select the Letter size option, unless you must submit your business proposal on A4 or A6 paper.
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Figure 8-9. The Paper tab of the Page Setup dialog box
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Use the boxes in the Paper source section to specify the printer s paper tray(s) for the first page of the business proposal and for the subsequent pages. In the Preview section, opt to apply the changes to the whole document. Click the Print Options button to review the settings, as shown in Figure 8-10. Deselect Draft output if it has been selected. Select Update fields; this tells Word to check that the fields are current when the document prints. Similarly, select Update links. You should also select Drawing objects. Once you have made your selections, click OK. On the Layout tab, shown in Figure 8-11, check the document s vertical alignment. You want the text aligned to the top of the page, so select Top in the drop-down box. Once again, opt to apply the changes to the whole document. Click OK.
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Figure 8-10. The Print dialog box
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Figure 8-11. The Layout tab of the Page Setup dialog box
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Formatting Your Business Proposal with Styles
When you re applying styles to your document, you have several tools that will help you. First, there is the Styles and Formatting task pane. To open it, click View Task Pane (or press Ctrl+F1). The task pane will appear in the right side of the Word window. Click the arrow at the top of the task pane and select Styles and Formatting. To open the Styles and Formatting task pane faster, simply click the Styles and Formatting button on the Formatting toolbar. The Styles and Formatting task pane, which you can see in Figure 8-12, provides an easy way to create and apply styles. Once you select the portion of your document you would like to format, simply click a style in the task pane. Conveniently, the task pane identifies the section s current style.
Figure 8-12. The Styles and Formatting task pane showing the current style
The Formatting toolbar also provides an easy way to check a selection s style and to apply styles. Simply select a portion of your document and use the Styles drop-down box to apply a style (see Figure 8-13). When you select a portion of your document, its style will appear in the Style box.
Figure 8-13. The Style box on the Formatting toolbar
You can also view applied styles at a glance by activating the Styles area. By default, Word hides the Styles area. But to activate it, click Tools Options and open the View tab,
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