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 How to Reduce the Footer Size on MS Word 2003?

Answer The footer of a document is located in the bottom margin of each page and often contains text or graphics. The most common use of the footer is to feature the page number, but it can be customized ... Read More »
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How do I reduce the print size of a document when printing from Word?

Open Word, pull down the "File" menu and select "Open." Browse to the Word document whose print size you want to reduce. Double-click the file name and the document opens in the Word workspace.Pull... Read More »
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Your margins from the edge of the paper can not be less than what the printer is capable of printing.If you choose a different type of Printer, what happens then when you change the margins?? For ... Read More »
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How do I keep the footer only on the last page in a Word document?

Place your cursor at the end of the second-to-last last page. Click "Insert" and select "Break" (in Word 2003) or go to the"Page Layout" tab and click "Breaks" under the "Page Setup" group (in Word... Read More »
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