This answer to how to make periods bigger on word is my contribution to this month’s Wordful. The original question was How to make your period bigger on word. Well, I took it one step further. I decided to make it a little more fun.

In fact, that’s the point. I think the reason why my first answer to this question is not so great, is because I think it’s just too much work to make it look good. There are more ways to make a period bigger on word than just a more dramatic change. The problem is that, once you decide to change it, it’s hard to change back.

I am still trying to learn this one bit but I found myself making one of my own. I’m going to try doing it again.

The question is, “How do you make a period bigger?” Because, as much as I would like to, I just don’t know. I have no idea. The way I know is, I’ve already made a period bigger on Word. I think you can do it too! I think it’s way easier. I’ll show you step by step.

So first of all, you need to find a way to change the size of the period you want to make bigger. How do you do that? Well, you can put a number on the end of the period, and you can change it like a percentage. Thats it.

For example, 1% is 1 line, 2% is 2 lines, 3% is 3 lines, and so on. So it will be a percentage of the length of the period you are making bigger. For example 1% of the width is 2 lines. So its 1% of the whole width of the period.

I know that sounds counterintuitive but it’s not. You can even do it on a per-letter basis. So for example, let’s say that you want to make a period of length 2 lines. You can do that by adding a line.

Thats how you do it. You add a line.You can also do it by adding a word. So for example if you were to make a period length 3 lines then you would add a line and a word to make it 3 of the total width of the period, and then add a word to the end.

Using the same method you can do it for any period length. Its just that you have to put in a word that is equal to the width. So for example, if the period was 3 lines you would add a word.