On 02/10/13 12:26, Michael wrote:
To do this you need to insert a section at the point where you want the
columns to start.
When formatting a page for columns, the columns start at the very top of
the page, messing up what I have already typed. How to have a paragraph
or two on my page and then start the columns below my text on the same page?
Go Insert- Section. In the dialog box there is a tab for Columns.
If you want to revert to one column start another section.
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