Word 2013 & 2010: How to Make a Single Page Landscape

You can make single pages in your Microsoft Word 2013 or 2010 document landscape. Just follow these steps.

  1. Place your cursor at the very beginning of the page that you would like to flip to landscape. (Page 2 in our example)
  2. Select “Page Layout” > “Breaks” > “Next Page” to create a section.
    Word 2010 Next Page option
  3. Select the “Page Layout” tab and select “Orientation” > “Landscape“.
    Word 2010 make one page landscapeWhat this actually does is mark all pages after the break you made in step 2 as landscape. In our example, page 2, 3, 4 and forward are in landscape. Since we only want page 2 to display in landscape, we will need to change any forward pages back to portrait.
  4. Place your cursor on at the beginning of the next page (page 3 in our example) or the next page you wish to remain in portrait.
  5. Select “Page Layout” > “Breaks” > “Next Page” just like in step 2 to create another section.
    Word 2010 Next Page option
  6. Select “Page Layout” tab and select “Orientation” > “Portrait“. This will make the rest of the document display in portrait.
    Word 2010 Portrait selection

That’s all there is to it! You have successfully made a single page landscape in Microsoft Word 2013 & 2010.

Comments

  1. ViviWannabe says

    If you have a header on your first page and don’t want it to be on the landscape page, you can do this (after making the page landscape):
    – Right click on the header on the landscape page and select “Edit Header”
    – Click the “Link to Previous” button so that it is no longer highlighted
    – Delete the heading for that page. It should remain on page 1.

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