How to Format a Letter Using a Default Left & Right Margin & a Two Inch Top Margin
Word processors allow the user to type virtually anything and
fine-tune the formatting of documents with a few clicks of the mouse.
Tasks from changing font color and type to setting margins take a
fraction of the time they took with older, analog methods. However, to
properly adjust the margins of a letter document, you must use the
correct steps for your word processing software. These steps vary
between programs, but you can alter the margin settings of your letter
with relative speed and ease.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions
WordClick on the "File" menu and select "New" to open a new
Click on the "File" menu.
Click on the "Page Setup"
Enter a value
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