Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Changing the view
If you can’t fi nd the category you want at fi rst, try More categories at the bottom
of the category list. You can also search for a particular template by typing what
you’re looking for into the search box at the top, and clicking the right arrow
beside it.
So you don’t have to squint, a large preview is shown on the right when you click
on one of the templates.
When you’ve found a template you’re happy with, click the Download button at
the bottom right.
In both Offi ce 2010 and Offi ce 2007, you can also search for templates by
keyword across all the folders. Type what you’re looking for into the ‘Search
Offi ce.com for templates’ box in Offi ce 2010 or the ‘Search Microsoft Offi ce
Online’ box in Offi ce 2007, and then click the right-arrow next to it. If you
get lost in a folder or set of search results, just click the back button to go
back a step.
Changing the view
There are a few different ways you can view your document in Word. Most of the
time it doesn’t make much difference which of them you use, but when you’re
doing projects that involve positioning things on the page, you need to use the
Print Layout document view. Otherwise, you might not see some of your design
elements. If your screen looks like a piece of paper on a grey background, you’re
already there.
If not, click the View tab and then click Print Layout on the left of the ribbon.
You’re unlikely to need the other document views, although Draft is useful for
writing long documents. Full Screen Reading makes it easier to read the
document on screen but won’t let you edit, so if you do use that, you need to click
Close at the top right to get back to editing.
 
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