When creating a document in Microsoft Word, your cursor starts at the top of the page by default. However, when it comes time to print the document, you may want the contents to be centered in the page, meaning it should be perfectly in the center between the top and bottom margin.
To center page contents vertically in Microsoft Word, you can follow these steps:
1. Go to the Layout tab and click the small Page Setup dialog box launcher icon located in the bottom right of the Page Setup group.
2. In the Page Setup dialog box, go to the Layout tab.
3. Within the Page area, you’ll see an option for Vertical alignment. By default, it’ll always be set to Top.
4. You can choose to set the vertical alignment to Center, Justified or Bottom.
5. By choosing Center alignment, the body contents of your document will be centered vertically, while the header and footer remain the same.
6. If you choose Justified alignment, your text will be spaced out enough so that it’s at the top and bottom margin. This means that the body of the document will be pinned to the top of the header all the way down to the right where the footer begins.
7. Lastly, if you choose Bottom alignment, the body contents of your document will be posted all the way towards the bottom margin.
By following these simple steps, you can center page contents vertically in Microsoft Word.
Hopefully, this tutorial has been helpful for you. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comment section below. Thank you for reading and have a great rest of your day!