Hole stroke is great for inserting your printed documents into a binder nicely. Punches are not unfortunately so good when they accidentally cut off different words throughout your work. You can easily adjust your Word document margins to make space when using a punch or print to preprinted paper.
To leave room for a punch, you must adjust the layout of your document. It's better to do it before time so you can see how the movement margins affect the layout of your document.
To know how much the margin is, consider the size of your punch or preprinted paper. Most punches (whether you punch two holes at the top or three holes on the side) punch about 0.5 inches from the edge of the paper. We recommend that you measure your punch or paper to make sure you may make the margins a little bigger. For example, if your ball measures 0.5 inches, you can make your margins 0.75 "on the safe side.
Once you know how big your margin is, go to the Layout tab in Word and click" Margins " button.
You only need to adjust margins on one side of a puncher's paper, then proceed and click on the "Custom Margins" command in the drop-down menu.
You want to change the margins on the page you want to punch. If you add punches at the top of your document, add the measurement to the "Top" margin. If you add them to the left, add it to the left margin.
Here we add 0.75 "to Words standard 1.0" top margin to make room for a two-punch stroke on top of the page.
If you print a double-sided document that enters a binder to create a book, you want to adjust the margin "boys" instead of adjusting the left or right margin. A marginal setting adds extra space to the inside of each page, so to the left margin of the front of the page (usually the odd sides) and the right margin on the back of the sides (usually the even sides).
Once you have set your margins, press "OK" and your margins are saved. Now you can break your heart's joy!