Documentation:Research Commons/Thesis Formatting/Templates and Guides/PC/Word 2003/Troubleshooting
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If you run into formatting issues other than page numbering and table of contents, you may find the solution here. You will find instructions with screen-shots for creating Landscape Pages, fixing Margins, where to find Word Count & Spell Check and how to use the Hidden Mark-ups feature to find out why you may be having formatting difficulties.
Step 1: Move the cursor to the end of the Portrait Page Insert -> Break...
Step 2: Select "Next Page" under 'Section Break Types' -> OK
Step 3: Select the page you want to be turned into a landscape page, File -> Page Setup...
Step 4: Select the landscape orientation -> OK
Step 5: Move the cursor to the end of the Landscape Page, Insert -> Break...
Step 6: Select "Next Page" under 'Section Break Types' -> OK
Step 7: Select the page after the Landscape Page File -> Page Setup...
Step 8: Select the Portrait orientation -> OK
Step 9: A Landscape Page between two Portrait Pages
Step 1: Go to File -> Page Setup...
Step 2: Specify the margins -> OK
Step 1: Go to Tools -> Word Count...
Step 1: Go to Tools -> Spelling and Grammar...
Show Hidden Markups
Step 1: Hidden markups will be shown, good for fixing unintended breaks, tabs