How can I use landscape and portrait layout for different pages in the same Word document?


When I try to insert a landscape page for a report with the other pages in portrait layout, it changes everything to landscape or the pagination gets all messed up. What’s the right way to insert these pages in Word?

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You can do it, but Microsoft could have made it easier to figure out. Here is a guide for you:

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Jack has a good answer. If Microsoft Office is giving you headaches, you might want to consider LibreOffice instead. It does a lot of what MS Office does, but it's free and open source.

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