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Microsoft Office Word 2003 Inside Out In the following sections of the chapter, you ll learn how to manage these paragraph features. The final topic before we tackle the particulars of list-making describes how to create drop caps, because drop caps are most commonly used when formatting paragraphs. Note Technically speaking, some tasks performed while you are in Outline view relate to paragraph formatting, but those topics aren t addressed in this chapter. Word offers a com prehensive collection of outlining tools and features; for an in-depth look at outlining, see 10, Outlining Documents for Clarity and Structure.
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Formatting Paragraphs by Aligning and Indenting Text
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One of the most common paragraph formatting tasks is aligning paragraphs within a docu ment. As you know, you can set margins to specify overall page and document alignment. But alignment matters don t stop there. You can also control alignment at the paragraph level by specifying text alignment and indentation. You can configure paragraph alignment set tings using these familiar methods:
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Click buttons on the Formatting toolbar or press keyboard shortcuts to quickly format
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Use the horizontal ruler to align paragraphs visually. Configure settings in the Paragraph dialog box.
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This portion of the chapter examines the intricacies of each of these techniques.
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For more information about setting margins and configuring overall page setup parameters, see 15, Mastering Page Setup and Pagination.
Aligning Paragraphs Using Toolbar Buttons and Keyboard Shortcuts
The quickest way to apply paragraph formatting is to click within a paragraph or select a few paragraphs, and then click a button on the Formatting toolbar or press a keyboard shortcut. Of course, these processes are limited by their default settings, but in many cases, the easiest route proves to be the best when it comes to paragraph formatting. To review which Format ting buttons and keyboard shortcuts can help you format paragraphs, see Table 8-1.
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Table 8-1.
Toolbar Buttons and Keyboard Shortcuts for Aligning and Formatting Paragraphs
Toolbar Button Keyboard Shortcut
Ctrl+L
Format
Align Left
Description
Aligns information along the left margin of the page or specified area, with a ragged right edge.
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Align Center
Ctrl+E
Aligns the midpoint of each line with the horizontal center of the page or area. Aligns information along the right margin of the page or specified area, with a ragged left edge. Aligns text flush with both the left and right margins of the page or specified area. Controls the vertical spacing between lines of text. Clicking the Line Spacing arrow displays a list of line spacing options. Decreases a paragraph s indent by one tab stop. By default, tab stops are set every 0.5 inch. Increases a paragraph s indent by one tab stop. By default, tab stops are set every 0.5 inch. Applies a border to specified text. Clicking the Borders arrow displays a menu of common bor der options.
Align Right
Ctrl+R
Justify
Ctrl+J
Line Spacing
Ctrl+1 (single-space), Ctrl+2 (double-space), or Ctrl+5 (1.5-space) Ctrl+Shift+M
Decrease Indent
Increase Indent
Ctrl+M
Border
None
Aligning Paragraphs Using the Ruler
Formatting toolbar buttons and keyboard shortcuts give you quick access to paragraph formatting options, but the Word ruler offers visually oriented people an intuitive and more precise method for controlling paragraph alignment as well as providing a greater variety of alignment settings. The trick to using the ruler effectively is to become comfortable with the ruler s markers. To get up to speed, look at Figure 8-2, which shows the Word 2003 ruler (which looks extremely similar to the ruler in earlier versions of Word). The next few sections describe how to use the ruler markers to format paragraphs.
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First line indent Hanging indent Left indent
Tab marker
Right indent
Left margin area
Content area
Right margin area
Figure 8-2. You can use the Word ruler to quickly and accurately align document content.
Displaying and Configuring the Ruler
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By default, Word displays the ruler in Normal, Web Layout, and Print Layout views and does not display the ruler in Outline and Reading Layout views. If you don t see the ruler in Nor mal, Web Layout, or Print Layout view, you can display it by choosing View, Ruler.
To control whether the vertical ruler appears in Print Layout view, you must configure the View tab in the Options dialog box. To do so, choose Tools, Options, click the View tab, and then select or clear the Vertical Ruler (Print View Only) check box, in the Print And Web Layout Options section. Note that the vertical ruler isn t available in other Word views.
As you can see in Figure 8-2, the 0 (zero) spot on the ruler corresponds to the left margin set ting. By default, the left and right margins are set to 1.25 inches on 8.5-by-11-inch paper. Thus, the default setup provides 6 inches between the margins for content. You ve probably noticed that the ruler measurements are shown in inches. If you prefer to use other units of measurement, you can change the default measurement unit setting as follows:
1 Choose Tools, Options, and click the General tab. 2 In the General tab, click the Measurement Units arrow, select a measurement unit in
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