The bottom margin in Word is 1 inch (2.54 cm), which is plenty for most printers, but the page footer (if any) will be below the bottom margin. In Word, the default footer margin is 0.5 inch (1.25 cm), which may be insufficient for many printers. To address this, you should raise the footer margin. There are two ways to do this: from the Page Setup dialog box, click the Margins tab and then change the Footer Margin value; or right-click anywhere in the footer area of the document and select Format Document from the menu that appears.
Either method brings up the Font and Paragraph settings window, where you can increase the footer margin height. Select Yes when asked if you want to apply the changes to all future pages. Click OK to close the Font and Paragraph Settings window.
You can also change the footer style via the Theme Settings button located on the Themes tab of the Options dialog box. Under the Title & Footer section, click the arrow next to Show title and footer and then select one of the available styles from the drop-down list.
Finally, you can adjust the footer line count via the Title and Text Options section of the same dialog box. Type a number into the Line Count field and click OK to apply the change and return to your document.
The Page Setup dialog box's Margins tab. This is where you set the page's bottom margin. If you set the bottom setting to one inch, Word ensures that nothing in the body of your text extends beyond the one-inch gap at the bottom of the printed page.
By default, Word sets all margins to 1 inch on the left, right, top, and bottom. I've shown the top, left, and right margins in the screenshot below. If you type the entire page, Word will also leave a 1-inch bottom margin. You can delete this margin by going to Layout | Margins and then dragging each side of the box to 0 inches.
Documents with 1-inch margins are ideal for avoiding printing errors and providing a nice reading experience. The margin size in Microsoft Word is set to 1 inch by default, however users can manually modify the margins on each page. To modify the margin size in your Word document, follow the steps below:
Select any text on the page to display the Layout toolbar. Click the Margins button to open the Margins dialog box. Here you can change the top, bottom, left, and right margins independently. Top and bottom margins work together to allow room for headers and footers. Left and right margins work together to allow room for paragraphs and drawings without overlapping them.
For example, if you wanted to add 2 inches to the top and bottom margins of the current page, you would click the Top margin option in the Margins dialog box and enter 02 in the Text Height field. Then click OK to apply these changes to all selected text on this page.
If you want to adjust the top and bottom margins for some but not all pages, you can do so by selecting the text you want to affect and using the Page Range feature. First, select any text on the page you want to affect (some examples include chapter titles, section headings, and quotations). Next, click the Home tab and then click the Page Setup button to open the Page Setup dialog box.
When you launch Microsoft Word, the margins are usually set to one inch. Click on the Page Layout tab to ensure that the margins are set to 1 inch. A drop-down menu will appear when you click on Margins. From here you can change the page margin size to anything between 0.5 and 8 inches.
Each page in Word includes a one-inch margin on both sides. You may adjust or customize margin settings, establish margins for facing pages, give extra margin space for document binding, and change how margins are measured.
XII. The top and bottom margins in Microsoft Word 2013 are one inch, while the left and right margins are one inch. To adjust your margins, click the Margin button on the Page Layout ribbon. You can also access this command from the Home tab.
Page Layout Options in Word