It is easy enough to change page orientation for an entire document. But sometimes you will want to have both portrait and landscape page orientation within the same document. You might be tempted to create two documents, one for landscape and one for portrait. However, this becomes complicated when you want to number your document pages.Fortunately, there is an easier solution. You simply insert section breaks in your document and set the page orientation for each section.First, position your cursor where you would like the second section to begin. From the <b>Insert menu</b>, select <b>Break…</b>Select <b>Page Break</b> and click <b>OK</b>.Select <b>Page Setup…</b> from the <b>File</b> menu.On the <b>Orientation</b> section of the <b>Margins</b> tab, select the orientation you would like.Click the dropdown box beneath <b>Apply to:</b> on the <b>Preview</b> section. Select <b>This point forward</b> and then click <b>OK</b>. If you’re viewing your document in Print Preview, you will notice the page layout changes.Repeat the steps for each change in page orientation.