How to split a page to 4 quarters in Word document?
In some cases, we need to split a page to four quarters to place texts in a document as below screenshot shown. However, there is no built-in function can help you directly handle this job. Here in this article, I introduce a round-about way to finish this job in Word.
To split a page to 4 parts, you can insert a table to deal with the job.
1. Place the cursor at left-top of the page, then click Insert > Table, select 2x2 Table.
2. The table has been inserted, then drag right-corner of the table to resize it as you need.
3. Insert texts into the columns and rows separately.
4. Select the whole table, under Table Tools, click Design > Border > No Border.
Now the page looks like to split into 4 quarters.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 8 months agoTh final result looks a little clunky for my needs, which is for four CD inserts per A4 page. In word, Columns> Orientate to suit, (which in my case is landscape) > line space between table > result: 4 columns without visible lines in between. Works a treat!
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoSo helpful! Thank you!