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Inserting landscape paper

Hi,
i am using ms.word 97 version. i want to insert a landscape paper containing data in between two portrait papers.

with rgds
mano

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    thanks a lot. with your help, i cleared my job within time.



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In most versions of word, to make page 2 of 3 appear landscape instead of portrait.

Create page 1 - assuming the default is portrait
then when near the bottom of page 1 do drop down menu Insert->Break and choose Next Page.

Then on the new page choose menu File->Page setup and select 'Landscape' on the margins tab.

then - when at the bottom of page 2(Lanscape) do drop down menu Insert->Break and choose Next Page.

Then on page three choose menu File->Page setup and select 'Portrait'on the margins tab.

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