Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Viewing a Document
Full Screen Reading: Using the Full Screen
Reading view hides most of the Ribbon and
other screen elements and displays your
document two pages at a time, usually in a
larger font size, scaling the contents of your
document to pages that fit comfortably on
your screen, making it easy to read. When
in Full Screen Reading view, the page
breaks are not necessarily the same page
breaks as in the printed document. You can
adjust the reading font size without actually
affecting the document itself. (Choose View
Options>Increase Text Size). See Figure 4-9
for an example of a document in Full
Screen Reading view.
Web Layout: When in Web Layout view
you see how the document looks as viewed
in a Web browser.
Outline: Outline view displays your text in
an outline format that includes the
outlining tab from which you can display levels as
well as promote and demote headings. (See
Chapter 7, “Discovering Word Tools” for
information on outlines.)
Draft: Draft view is a text-only view used
for typing, editing, and formatting text. It
simplifies the layout of the page so that you
can type and edit quickly. Page breaks are
indicated by a dotted line, and headers,
footers, page margins, backgrounds, and
some other objects do not appear in Draft
view. Figure 4-10 illustrates a document in
Draft view.
View Options
Figure 4-9
Full Screen Reading view.
Figure 4-10
Draft view.
Change Options
Use the View Options button to change Full
Screen Reading view options. Click the Close
button to return to the previously used view.
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