Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Moving the Cursor with the Keyboard
Web Layout: Displays your document exactly as it would appear if you
saved it as a Web page.
Outline: Displays your document as outline headings and subheadings.
Draft: Displays the document without top or bottom page margins
where page breaks appear as dotted lines.
Switching between views
Microsoft Word gives you two ways to switch between different document
views, as shown in Figure 5-2:
Click the view icons in the bottom of your document window.
Click the View tab and then click the view you want to use, such as Print
Layout view.
Print Layout view can help you edit and create the design of your pages. If
you just want to focus on writing and not see your page margins or headers
and footers, you might be happier switching to Draft view instead. The two
most unusual views are Full Screen Reading and Outline views.
View icons
Figure 5-2:
You can
change the
view of your
by clicking
icons at the
top or
bottom of the
View icons
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