Page Layout View

Posted Posted in Excel

Does the nature of an Excel spreadsheet – lots of data, displayed in rows and columns – really necessitate drab looking documents?  Personally, I don’t believe so.  And the good news is that, by working in Page Layout View, making your Excel spreadsheet pop becomes a breeze. Here’s an example.  I recently set up a […]

Give me a (section) break!

Posted Posted in Word

Section breaks are a bit of a mystery but if there’s one thing you should know about them, it’s this: section breaks control the formatting of the pages before it.  This includes formatting such as: Headers / footers; Page orientations – portrait versus landscape; Page layouts, e.g. standard one column page versus two columns; Page numbering. […]