Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Switching views
switching views
Word 2013 offers many ways to look at your document. The
default view is Print Layout, in which you can see how the
document will look on paper. Web Layout view shows the
document as a webpage, without the conventional page breaks
of a printed document. In Outline view, the headings form an
outline. You can expand or collapse each section and reorganize
topics by dragging them to new positions.
Read Mode is optimized for reading the text in documents on
your screen. Objects such as pictures, tables, and comments
become smaller or collapse to icons, although you can double-
click them to view them at full size.
use the View tab on the ribbon
1 Open a document that contains an assortment of headings that use
the built-in styles.
2 On the View tab, in the Views group, click Outline.
3 Click Web Layout.
4 Click Read Mode.
5 To return to the most recently used view, in the View menu, click
Edit Document.
TRY ThIs In Print Layout view, move the cursor onto a
heading paragraph. When a triangle appears in the left margin,
click it to collapse or expand the text and lower-level headings under
it, similar to the behavior of the Outline view.
TIP You can reach the Read Mode, Print Layout, and Web
views by clicking the buttons on the status bar, located to the
left of the zoom controls.
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