By Colin Dunbar
What are Global Settings?
Global settings are the formatting elements that you set once, at the start of formatting your book. Examples of these are page size, margins, headline styles, etc. Depending on the type of book you have, these settings may be the only settings you need. Sometimes, with a non-fiction book, you may have once-off items, for example, a sidebar set in one of Word’s textbox options. These will be covered later.