Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Changing the View
After you insert a bookmark, you can use the Go To tab to find the bookmarked area as
described in the preceding section, or you can click Bookmark on the Insert tab to open the
Bookmark dialog box, select the bookmark’s name, and then click Go To to move to that
point in your document.
Changing the View
Another way to get a quick glimpse of the layout of your document and navigate quickly
through the pages involves changing the size and format of the display. You can use the
tools in the Zoom group on the View tab to change the way your documents appear so
that you can navigate through (and between) them as easily as possible.
Zoom Displays the Zoom dialog box, in which you can choose from among
preset zoom percentages (or select your own in the Percent box). Additionally, you can
choose whether you want to display multiple pages and determine the width of the
page as it is displayed.
100% Shows the document at 100 percent size, no matter which previous view was
used. This means that if you have enlarged the document to 125%, clicking this tool
will take the document display down to 100%; but if you were viewing the document
at 50%, clicking it will increase the magnification to 100%.
One Page Displays the current page of the current document as one complete
page in the display.
Depending on whether the document is in portrait or landscape orientation, this
results in 62% and 68% zoom, respectively.
Two Pages Displays two pages side by side in the display. This view is helpful if you
are checking the continuity of items in your document and want to be able to scan
more than one page at a time.
Page Width Displays the page according to the width of the text margins on the
page. This view won’t give you a sense of the full layout of the page (use One Page or
Two Pages for that), but it does give you a quick way to display your content in a way
that’s easy to read.
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