07 March 2015

HOW TO: Make One Page Landscape and the Other One Portrait in Microsoft Word

This is quite common problem on businesses and agencies regarding documents view — how to consolidate document in portrait and landscape view in one file.

Sometimes, in a Word document, it needs to have different view — but most of us simply choose in one format view — either Portrait or Landscape view. How about I want to set first page to be PORTRAIT and the next page is LANDSCAPE? How will achieve it?


Microsoft Office Word has this feature to set other page to another view — it is in the  Section Breaks.

This feature is very important especially on research documents and other transactions. It fairly used on one page is full of words(Portrait) and the other is on the table list(Landscape).

Word. Portrait and Landscape View.
Word. Portrait and Landscape View.
HOW TO: Make One Page Landscape and the Other One Portrait in Microsoft Word?

It is incredibly simple, but if you don't usually use it, might ever forget it.

  • Works pretty well in Microsoft Word 2003, 2007, and 2013.

1. Open Microsoft Word document
2. In the menu, click Page Layout


3. Then click, Breaks


4. In the Section Breaks, choose that Next page ( Insert a section break and start the new section on the next page)

5. After that, it will insert another document, set it to Landscape or Portrait. It will display like this:

Hope you will find this post helpful.

Thank you :)




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