kanchanpamnani at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 18 01:01:36 EDT 2007
There are problems and it does take time. however if you really wanted to
check you could check . Most of the problems can be solved if you do type
the entire document and then start formatting.
1. As soon as you finish the document then save it.
2. Decide your page set up and margins. This is available in File menu.
3. Then start the alignment dont align the whole document at one shot in
case it is a letter.
4. decide what part of the document you want right or centered aligned and
apply it .
5. The body text should generally be justified to look better.
6. Always remember that 12 font is standard. If you need to make something
stand out then you can make it bold, bolditalics or italics or just change
7. If you want something to fit in a page then reduce size-avoid going less
than 8 font. Though 8 is also difficult.
8. Normally capital letters are not used in the body text unless you ar
conveying a point.
9. Check the line spacing. it has to be standard throughout the document.
This is in paragraphs under the format menu.
10. then it gets complicated by adding the page numbers and bullets.
You can move the entire text of a paragraph by changing the alignment
If anyone needs detailed help I can explain it better on the phone.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Rajesh Asudani" <rajeshasudani at rbi.org.in>
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2007 9:58 AM
Subject: Re: [AI] formatting
> formatting problems with word 2003 are also a common nuisance with me as
> After painstakingly formatting some text, again it reverts to its previous
> position many a times.
> I am not sure whether at Annamalai University where I have duly received
> permission to use PC for preparing my record book during experiments, the
> files would display properly or not.
> And besides, is there any way whereby a blind person may check the entire
> formatting attributes in a completely independent way.
> By formatting attributes, I mean not only font etc. but page orientation
> alignment etc. for instance after justifying, if one wishes to check the
> line alignment it says, "justified" and not left or right aligned, as
> Besides, there are some other attributes, which I feel often deceive a
> totally blind user, and a sighted person can immediately point out the
> Guidance is appreciated.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Anjali Arora" <anjali.arora at accessindia.org.in>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Sent: Monday, September 17, 2007 6:07 PM
> Subject: [AI] formatting
>> I'm facing small difficulty which has a simple solution(which I don't
>> when I format my document in word in print preview it doesn't show the
>> same formatting as desired.
>> I want that my formatted text in word version 2003 with xp sp2 is
>> reflected in the print preview.
>> what to do and how and where.
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