I'm writing a passage in word, and I need to change tab size for entire document, who could tell me how to do it?Asked Jul, 05 2010
1. Open your document in Microsoft Word 2007. Select the Home menu. In the Paragraph section, click on the little box to the right of Paragraph. The Paragraph dialogue box will open. For Microsoft Word 1997-2003, click on the Format menu and then Paragraph. The rest of the instructions are the same.
2. Click the button marked Tabs in the lower left-hand corner of the dialogue box. The Tabs dialogue box will open.
3. Change the default tab position in the upper right-hand corner of the Tabs box. On the left side, you can type in how many inches from the left margin you want your tab stops.
4. Select whether you want this tab stop to align left, right, center, decimal or bar. Select the type of "leader" you want—this will insert the type of line you selected to the left of the tab stop, which is useful in tables of contents.
5. Clear a custom tab stop by selecting it in the window on the left side and clicking on the Clear button at the bottom. You can clear all of the custom tabs by clicking on the Clear All button
6. When you have finished making your changes, click OK.Answered Nov, 22 2010
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