Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Controlling what is displayed and printed
Controlling what is displayed and printed
The Display tab of the Word Options dialog box is where you
can control some of the information that can be shown in and
around your documents. It also contains some options that
affect what appears when you print a document.
show or hide information on screen and on
paper
1 Click File to display the Backstage view and then click the Options
tab. In the Word Options dialog box, in the left panel, click Display.
2 Select all the check boxes in the Page Display Options section.
3 In the Always Show These Formatting Marks On The Screen section,
select the check boxes for Paragraph Marks and for Object Anchors.
You can clear the other check boxes unless you want to see those
marks at all times.
4 In the Printing Options section, select the check boxes for Print
Drawings Created In Word, for Print Background Colors And
Images, and for Update Fields Before Printing. You can clear the
other check boxes, unless you want those items to print.
5 Click OK.
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TIP Changing the state of the Show All Formatting Marks
check box is equivalent to clicking the Show/Hide ¶ button in
the Paragraph group on the Home tab.
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TIP Changing the state of the Show White Spaces check box is
equivalent to double-clicking the space between pages, as
described in “Show or hide white space” on page 416 . If you clear the
Show Document Tooltips check box, tooltips won’t appear when the
mouse pointer hovers over hyperlinks, cross-references, or Table of
Contents fields.
sEE ALso For other options that affect what is displayed, see
“Control screen and printing behavior” on page 439 .
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