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On the Layout tab, click Columns. Click the column layout you want. This applies that layout to the entire document or section. Notes: To apply columns to part of a document, or to change columns you've already applied: Select the text or click in the section you want to change. Click Page Layout > Columns.
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Open the Microsoft Word document you want to edit. ... Select all the text you want to split into columns. ... Click the Layout tab at the top. ... Click the Columns button on the Layout toolbar. ... Select Two on the drop-down menu. ... Adjust the size of your columns from the top ruler.
Select all of the text containing the bulleted list or lists you've created. Open the "Page Layout" tab, and then click "Columns." Choose the number of columns you want to show from the drop-down menu. Move the cursor to the point where you want your second column to start.
To create columns in Word, place your cursor where you want the columns to start. Alternatively, you can select the text to separate into columns. Then click the Layout tab in the Ribbon. Then click the Columns drop-down button.
Place the insertion pointer where you want your text to start at the top of the next column. For example, you might place it at the beginning of the word close in the preceding figure. Click the Page Layout tab. From the Page Setup group, choose BreaksColumn.
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