Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Switching Views and Zooming
there’s seldom reason to invoke Draft view unless your goal is to focus exclusively on text
content. If you also want to see in-line graphics while working on text, use Web Layout
Switching Views and Zooming
To switch between views, click an option in the Document Views group on the View tab,
shown in Figure 7-2. Easier yet, click one of the buttons in the lower right corner of the
Word window, each of which corresponds to a document view. (See Figure 7-1.) If you
prefer keyboard shortcuts, use the ones in Table 7-1.
Table 7-1 Keyboard Shortcuts for Selecting a Document View
Keyboard Shortcut
Switch to Print Layout view
Switch to Outline view
Switch to Draft view
INSIDE OUT Show more in Print Layout view
By design, Print Layout view shows an accurate representation of each page, including
its margins and any headers or footers. This information can occupy a lot of vertical
space, leaving less room on the screen for the document content you’re working on.
You can hide this space by pointing to the gap between pages and double-clicking
when the mouse pointer appears as shown here.
Mouse pointer
To again display the header and footer area, double-click the (now thinner) page
Another factor in choosing a view that works best for you is zoom level, or magnification.
Your ideal zoom percentage might vary depending on your screen size and resolution, your
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