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How do i get the ruler at the top of the page?

In windows XP, when your in word, there is a ruler on the top of the page that allows you to see it all the time. How do i get that ruler to display in Vista? I need to be able to set up tabs. So for example, to be able to use the TAB button to tab accross, you can put the little black backword "L" type looking markers up in the ruler.
How do i display that type of ruler setting always? And how do i adjust all the margins, and spacing??

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    Randall Trahan May 11, 2010

    Its not Vista that controls how word performs, its office suite 2007. Lots of questions you have, try using the help tab

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What versión of Microsoft Office are you using?.

If you are using Office 2007 you can go to the view menu and then mark the "Ruler" checkbox on the second panel from left to right, that will enable the ruler on the top of the page, if you double click the ruler you can adjust margins and spacing.

hope this helps,

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