When you set up Microsoft Word to create a folded program, Word turns the page on its side, changing the orientation to landscape view, and then splits each page into two sections. The finished product forms a folded booklet, the perfect size for a program for a theatre performance, wedding, funeral or other event. Word automatically sets the margins for each half-page, leaving enough room to fold or even bind the program. It also lets you write in normal order -- page 1, page 2, page 3 -- while ensuring that the pages of the final product will follow the proper order after being folded.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Click the "Page Setup" tab.
Click the "Margins" icon, then click "Custom Margins" on the drop-down menu to bring up the Page Setup dialogue box.
Click the "Multiple pages" field on the Page Setup dialogue box. This field is usually marked "normal." From the drop-down menu, select "Book fold."
Click "OK" at the bottom of the dialogue box.
Add text or content to the pages of the folded program.
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