Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Zooming In, Zooming Out
View tab and in the lower-right corner of the window, as shown in Figure 3-2.
Use them freely and often to enlarge or shrink what is on the screen and
preserve your eyes for important things, such as gazing at the sunset.
Meet the Zoom controls:
✦ Zoom dialog box: Click the Zoom button on the View tab or the Zoom
box (the % listing) to display the Zoom dialog box, as shown in Figure
3-2. From there, you can select an option button or enter a Percent
Zoom button: Click the Zoom In or Zoom Out button on the Zoom slider
to zoom in or out in 10-percent increments.
✦ Zoom slider: Drag the Zoom slider left to shrink or right to enlarge what
is on your screen.
✦ Mouse wheel: If your mouse has a wheel, you can hold down the Ctrl
key and spin the wheel to quickly zoom in or out.
Each Office program offers its own special Zoom commands in the Zoom
group on the View tab. In Word, for example, you can display one page or
two pages; in Excel, you can click the Zoom to Selection button and enlarge
a handful of cells. Make friends with the Zoom commands. They never let