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    Page Orientation (2002)

    Can I set page 1 as portrait and set page 2 as Landscape in a document?

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    Re: Page Orientation (2002)

    Yes, that is what section breaks are for.

    Click at the end of page 1, preferably in an empty line.
    Select Insert/End Marker...
    Select Next Page and click OK
    You should be on page 2 now.
    Select File/Print Setup...
    On the second tab of the dialog, select Landscape.
    Make sure that the Apply To box says This section or From this point.
    Click OK.

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    Re: Page Orientation (2002)

    HansV,

    I can not find the End Marker under the Insert menu. I can see only Next Page under Insert/Break/Section Break Types. Are they the same?

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    Re: Page Orientation (2002)

    Hello Dennis,

    Sorry about the confusion. I'm using a foreign language version of Word and should have checked the wording in English. It should have been Insert/Break/...

    Regards,
    Hans

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    Re: Page Orientation (2002)

    HansV,

    Are you using localized version of Office XP under English Windows or localized Windows?

    I am using English version of OfficeXP under English WinXP. The major draw back on this combination is the lack of multiple language input supporting on Outlook2002.

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    Re: Page Orientation (2002)

    Hello Dennis,

    I'm not using XP at all. I'm using the Dutch version of Office 97 SR2 (under English Windows NT4). Office 97 has no multi-language support.
    But I do have a list of translations; I just dind't take the time to check that. As you noticed, that was dumb...

    Regards,
    Hans

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