How to change your orientation in Microsoft word

Filed in How to by on March 12, 2021 0 Comments

How to change your orientation in Microsoft word

Using Microsoft word is more enjoyable as it provides different orientations for you. You can use this depending on the type of work you’re handling at the moment. Today, we will show you How to change your orientation in Microsoft word.

No need to panic if you’re very new to MS Word and know less about what’s an orientation. We BenosTech’s got you covered, every reasonable information will be provided as we aim at making this piece of writing very comprehensive.

Page Orientation refers to the direction in which a document is displayed. It is of two types; portrait (vertical) and landscape (horizontal). Different works require different orientations and as this article has it, you should know How to change your orientation in Microsoft word at the end.

Also Read

How to insert a table in Microsoft word easily
(Opens in a new browser tab)

Microsoft Word

Being released on October 23, 1983, Microsoft word has become one of the most popular word processors in the word. Being very popular, it is the most used in the whole of Nigeria.

It makes it possible to process, format, manipulate, save, print, and share a text-based document easily without involving any other softwares.

It is used for the creation of different business and office documents. Print works which will involve Resumes, letters and many others. Summary is, Microsoft word can be used for business or personal purposes.

How to change your orientation in Microsoft word

As earlier said, it’s extremely simple to do this. All you have to do is, open your Microsoft word program.

See also  How to Clean the Keyboard of your laptop or desktop

While the program is lunched, click on ‘Page Layout’ then ‘Orientation’.

Here, you can choose if you want it to be Landscape or portrait.

You will want to note that this doesn’t work only after lunching MS Word immediately. The orientation of your page can be changed even after writing a bulky work of 70 pages and more. There’s actually no limit to that.

BenosTech know more

Know more about Microsoft word

Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Leave a Reply