On 8/30/20 15:22, John Jason Jordan wrote:
On Sun, 30 Aug 2020 21:07:38 +0200
Kolbjørn Stuestøl <email@example.com> dijo:
Den 30.08.2020 20:12, skreiv Robert Funnell:
In the page style you can modify the left and right margins in the
same way as you modify the top and bottom margins. Does that not do
what you want?
Or perhaps using the arrows (triangles) on the ruler just below the
tool lines on top of the side is what you are looking for. Select the
text and slide the arrows on the ruler to where you want the left or
I am not using MS Word (although I am using Windows) so perhaps I
misunderstood your question.
And once you have a blank page with the margins you want, save it as a
page style. Now it's just one click to apply it. Or you can apply a
keyboard shortcut to apply the page style.
John: Are you talking about saving that blank page with the narrow
margins set as a template? This way, double clicking this template will
automatically open a new document with the narrow margins.
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