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Microsoft Word 2003: How to Center Vertically on the page

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Hi

I want to align my vertical spacing of text from TOP & BOTTOM (not the sides) to be evenly middled & equivalent in being centred to the middle of the page.

How can i achieve that?

I am using Microsoft Word 2003

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Rgonzo1971 earned 250 total points
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Hi,

Maybe

Click the File / Page Setup menu
Click Layout tab.
Vertical Alignment to Centered
Click OK

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Other options:

1) Add a one cell table onto the page and center the text vertically in this table cell (table can have invisible border)

2) Center the text horizontally but turn the font by 90°
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Thanks Guys
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