Advice 1: How to set page margin

Page fields in Microsoft Word represent a blank space around the edges of the page, which limits the print area. In some cases, they can be filled with headers, footers, and numbering. Settings fields page, you can set the default or define your own.
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Instruction
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Start the program Microsoft Word. Open in the upper toolbar the tab "page Layout" and select in the "page setup" command "Field," an image which has the appearance of a clean slate with separated edges.
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Select from the menu the type field. Conventional top and bottom fields is limited to 2 cm, right 15 cm and left 3 cm Narrow type from all sides separates at 1.27 cm. Also among the standard fields available, medium, wide or mirrored type. If none of them are good enough for that, click on "Custom fields" then enter the string "Top", "Bottom", "Left" and "Right" settings as needed. Here you can choose the orientation of the page, the position of the cover, type of pages and paper size. To save the settings click "OK".
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Click Microsoft Word and select "Word Options". Select the "Advanced" tab, check the box next to "text Boundaries" under "Show document content". In the result fields page will be displayed as dashed lines. They are viewed only in print layout view or web document, so the print will not.
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Go to "Custom fields" and select "Mirror" to install for even and odd pages the same external and internal fields. If you want to set a field for bound text, then select the type "Normal" in the "Multiple pages" and "Back" specify the settings fields. Then mark the position of the binding, which can be on the left or at the top.
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Go to the View tab and put a tick near the word "Ruler" in the Show group. Her gray color will be displayed part of the page, which is designed to enter text, and a darker color – field limitation. To manually change the option field of the page you should click the right mouse button on the triangular marker on the ruler, and pulling it in the desired direction.

Advice 2: How to change the margins in Word

Word is a standard graphics editor which comes with Microsoft Office included with the Windows operating system. That it make their first steps in typing, so if you change the margins in Word is one of the basic knowledge of computer user.
Instruction
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Each document open in Microsoft Word, there are fields – free text and images the area at the top, bottom, right and left. It is needed for aesthetics and ease of storage of the printed page, as the left field file in the folder, and the other three parties over time, from turning erased. If the lines came close to one of these faces, some of them inevitably would be destroyed along with the paper or hidden behind the attachment area to the folder. Thus, the presence of fields is a mandatory condition of proper execution of any document.
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There are two ways to change the page margin, open in Word. The first is via the menu "File" on the taskbar, located in the upper left of the window. When you press the button falls extensive list of commands that includes the "page setup". If the list is short and the lines in it, so from the bottom of the last should be a circle with a double arrow down. Clicking on it will unfold the whole list. In the window "page setup", select the tab "Fields". It is possible to set the size of the empty region around the typed text.
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Dimensions are numerical designations in centimeters that can be typed in from the keyboard or change by clicking on the buttons with up or down arrow located to the right of the input cell parameter. Each press changes the digit by 1 mm more or less. The left pane is usually 2.5 cm, all others 1 cm is also allowed to specify the gutter size as well as its position separately from other values in the next line. Some documents can be filed in folders not on the left and top, especially if they have a landscape orientation. To change it from the book available here, in the tab "Fields".
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The second way to change margins is to drag their boundaries manually using two rulers that are above and to the left of the open page. Most of them are white except for the beginning and end of which are window tint, Word (gray, blue). This is what the shading indicates the area of free text fields. If you move the mouse pointer to the border between the gray and white parts of the ruler, it changes to a double arrow, also shows "Right (or other) field." You have to press the left mouse button and while holding it down drag the double arrow box to the desired position.
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