|Date: ||Thu, 31 May 2001 10:31:20 +0200|
|Reply-To: ||Melinda Mills <melinda.mills@UNI-BIELEFELD.DE>|
|Sender: ||"SPSSX(r) Discussion" <SPSSX-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Melinda Mills <melinda.mills@UNI-BIELEFELD.DE>|
|Organization: ||Soziologie, Uni Bielefeld|
|Subject: ||Re: NonSPSS Question-Word?|
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It is quite easy to do. Here are specific instructions, (but note that
since my version of Word is in German, I am giving a rough
translation, so names may differ slightly on your version).
To get the toolbar that changes the direction of pages numbers and
text boxes visible on your screen go to: View > Toolbar > and click
on Tables and Frames. Here you will see the function that switches
the direction of text (an 'A' symbol with arrows).
Go: Insert > Pages numbers >click on 'Header' and 'Right'.
Then: View > Header and Footer > Highlight your page number >
Click on the Icon that switches the direction of the text and Viola!
Hope this helps.
On 30 May 2001, at 19:22, Stephen Salbod wrote:
> I copied a table to Word and placed it in landscape. This is for a
> dissertation and I want the page number to appear in the upper right hand
> corner of the page. To this end, I've created a section and am using a page
> number in a footer, however, I want to rotate the page number 90 degrees.
> How do I do this in Word? Steve
> Stephen Salbod
> Data Analyst
> Pace University- NYC
Dr. Melinda Mills
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