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Short Bond Paper Size in Microsoft Word?

Sometimes, it's confusing which is the short bond paper size in Microsoft Word? Microsoft Word has many default paper sizes to choose from. It has A4, A5, A6, the legal size which is 8" x 14", etc.. You can even choose or set the paper size you want. You can set it in any sizes. If you're having difficulty which is the actual short bond paper size, it's size is shown in the photo screenshot below.

What's the size of short bond paper in Microsoft Word?

The actual short bond paper size in Microsoft Word is 8.5" (inches) x 11" (inches):
  • 8.5" (inches) is the width - equivalent to 21.59 cm
  • 11" (inches) is the height - equivalent to 27.94 cm
Short Bond Paper Size in Microsoft Word

How to Choose or Set the 8.5" x 11" as your paper size in Microsoft Word?

Open your Microsoft Word. Go to PAGE LAYOUT --> Size --> Choose Letter 8 1/2 x 11 in as what you can see in the screenshot below:

Short Bond Paper Size in Microsoft Word

What if the 8 1/2 x 11 in is not provided in your Microsoft Word?

You can set-up the paper size you want by clicking the More Paper Sizes --> Paper and then choose Custom Size and change the width (8.5") and the height (11") of the document/paper.

Short Bond Paper Size in Microsoft Word 2

Set Short Bond Paper Size in Microsoft Word


Do you still have any problem with your paper size in Microsoft Word? Tell us in the comment below.
 

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