Word 2010 Working with Columns

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Word 2010

Working with Columns

Inserting Columns

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To Add Columns to a Document:

  1. Select the text you want to format.
  2. Click the Page Layout tab.
  3. Click the Columns command. A drop-down menu will appear.Adding columns in Microsoft Word 2010Adding columns
  4. Select the number of columns you would like to insert. The text will then format into columns.
If you want to remove the columns, just click the Columns command and select One for the number of columns.

Adding Column Breaks

Once you've created columns, the text will automatically flow from one column to the next. Sometimes, though, you might want to control exactly where each column begins. You can do this by creating column breaks.

To Add Column Breaks:

  1. Place the insertion point where you would like to add the break.
  2. Click the Page Layout tab.
  3. Click the Breaks command in the Page Setup group. A drop-down menu will appear.
  4. Select Column from the list of break types.
    Adding a column breakAdding a column break
  5. The text will shift to reflect the column break.
    Columns after adding a column breakColumns after adding a column break



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