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# How do you change a document margins to normal setting?

## How do you change a document margins to normal setting?

Change or set page margins On the Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup group, click Margins. Click the margin type that you want. For the most common margin width, click Normal. Note: When you click the margin type that you want, your entire document automatically changes to the margin type that you have selected.

How do I move the margin to the left in Word?

Move the mouse pointer over the Left Indent icon on the Ruler (the top icon), hold down the left mouse button, and drag (move) the mouse to the right to adjust the left paragraph margin. Word displays a dotted vertical line to show you where the paragraph’s new left margin will be.

### What is it called when the first line of a paragraph is moved over further from the margin?

It’s easier than you might think to pull text into the left margin. Most text is flush with the left margin or indented to the right a bit. You can indent just the first line of a paragraph or indent all but the first line (that’s called a hanging indent).

What is the distance of text from top bottom left and right corner of the page?

Margin is the distance of text from Top, Bottom, Left and Right Corners of the page. A margin is a distance between the document ‘s text edges and the text. By default, in every new document, the margins are set to a standard, which means that it has a one inch gap between the text and each side.

## Is 1.5 spacing double spacing?

The lines in all Word documents are single-spaced by default, which is appropriate for letters and most documents. But you can easily change your document line spacing to double or 1.5 lines to allow extra space between every line. This is useful when you want to make notes on a printed document.

What are the different options available in line spacing?

Generally, you can choose between four types of line spacing in Word: single spacing; 1.5 times spacing; double spacing or a custom amount, in which the numbers refer to the size of the space, relative to the size of a line.

### What is the shortcut key for right alignment?

Ctrl+R Align Right – aligns text to the right margin, and the left margin is ragged. Ctrl+J Justify – aligns text to both the left and right margins by adding extra spaces between words.

Ruth Doyle