Sometimes, you need to stick a landscape oriented page in the middle of a portrait-oriented Word document—a spreadsheet, graph, or wide image, maybe. Here’s how to do that, and how to keep your page numbering intact when you do.
Word documents are portrait-oriented by default, which makes sense. Occasionally, you’ll want to include one or more landscape-orientated pages. Unfortunately, you can’t just tell Word to reorient the page. Word’s page layout features apply to whole sections of the document, and by default, your document is one large section.