Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Full Screen Reading View
Full Screen Reading View
Full Screen Reading view, shown in Figure 7-3, is unique in that it ills the screen and omits
the usual window trappings (borders, scroll bars, and so on) except for a single narrow
toolbar at the top.
Click here for navigation options
Figure 7-3 Full Screen Reading view provides a convenient way to read and review documents.
By default, you can’t type text in this view, so inadvertent edits are unlikely.
As its name suggests, Full Screen Reading view is designed primarily for reading
documents, not editing them. (If you do want to edit text in this view, click View Options, Allow
Typing.) Full Screen Reading view works much like an e-book reader, in that it reformats
text to properly it the screen pages at a legible size. (If you prefer to see the print layout,
click View Options, Show Printed Page.) Other commands on the View Options menu let
you adjust the text size, display one page or two, and configure reviewing options. (For
information about these options, see “Tracking and Highlighting Changes Made to a
Document” on page 285.)
As with any good e-book reader, you can highlight passages, insert comments similar to
sticky notes, look up a highlighted word or phrase in a dictionary or other online research
tool (for more information, see “Using the Thesaurus and Other References” on page 144), or
translate text (see “Translating Text to Another Language” on page 146). Commands for all
these options are on the Tools menu.
To page through a document in this view, press the Page Down or Page Up key, or click the
arrows in the title bar or near the bottom corners of the screen. For additional navigation
options, such as jumping directly to a heading or other landmark, click the screen number
at the center of the title bar.
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