Punches are ideal for neatly loading your printed documents into a stapler. Unfortunately, punchers are not great when they accidentally cut off different words during their work. You can easily adjust the margins of your Word document to make room if you use punches or print on prepunched paper.
To leave room for a punch, you need to adjust the layout of your document. It's better to do this in advance so you can see how the movement of the margins affects the layout of your document.
If you want to know how big the margins should be, consider the size of your punch or pre-punched paper. Most punches (whether you punch two holes at the top or three holes at the side of the page) punch about 0.5 cm from the edge of the paper. We recommend measuring the stamp or paper to make sure the margins are slightly larger. For example, if your stroke is measured at 0.5 inches, you want to bring your margins to 0.75 inches to be on the safe side.
If you know how large your margins are, go to the "Layout" tab. Click the "Borders" button. Click the "Borders" button.
You only need to adjust the margins on one side of the paper for a hole punch, then click on the "Custom Edges" drop-down menu.
You want to change the margins on the page you want to punch. For example, if you add punches at the top of your document, add your measurement to the top. If you place it on the left side, add it to the left edge.
Here we add 0.75 "to the default margin of 1.0" to make room for a two-hole punch
When you print a double-sided document that is in a binder To summarize a book, you need to adjust the margin distance left or right margins. Adjusting the gutter margins adds extra space to the inner edge of each page, ie the left edge of the page faces (usually the odd-numbered pages) and the right edge of the back of the pages (usually the even pages).
When you have set your margins, click "OK" and your margins will be saved. Now you can punch holes to the delight of your heart!