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page borders are the space from the border of a page to items on the page, while text frame borders are the space from the border of a text field to the text in the field.
To adjust the page borders for your paper to fit the minimal page border your print engine will use, first specify the non-printable area of your print engine. You can use WordPad in Publisher 2003 and 2007: Enter 0 for the fields Links, Right, Top and Bottom.
Marginal value is then set back down periodically to the printers support min. value. Observe the minimal margins. You can simply move the cursor over the small information symbol for your printers: click on it: publish: publish: 2010: To open the backstage view, click the File Tab.
You define the page borders manually in the 2003 and 2007 Publisher: You can select from four default page borders in Publishing 2010 or manually define your borders by choosing Custom Margins: You can find more information about the page borders in these help topics: This borders define the space between the border of the text field and the text.
The simplest way to create text frame borders is in publishers 2003, 2007 and 2010: Specify the desired borders in the Text field borders group. Layouts help you orient items such as images, text fields, and spreadsheets. The layout guide gives you a visual guide to the alignment of items on the page.
You can use the Edge, Columns, Rows, and Baselines layouts. More information about the layouts: Bridging Guidelines are the graphical guideline that shows you where your page is located. Specify the page borders by specifying the page borders. Activate the page borders in the View menus in Publisher 2003 and 2007 and on the View tabs in Publisher 2010.
Editor 2007: Editor 2010: Columns and rows help you keep your page in alignment. The baselines look like the old lined notes. Activate the Base Line Guidelines in the View submenu in Publisher 2003 and 2007 and on the View page in Publisher 2010. Published in 2003 and 2007:
Editor 2010: Adjust the guide for rulers that are designed for either direction. Published in 2007 and 2003: Editor 2010: