Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Draft view
FIGURE 4.17
Print Layout view reproduces how the printed document will look.
Ribbon Display
Options button
Views group with
choices for
changing views
Read Mode, Print Layout,
and Web Layout buttons
Change back to this view at any time with View Views Print Layout, or click the Print
Layout button on the status bar, near the zoom slider.
Draft view
When you want to focus on crafting the text of your document, you can turn to Draft view.
Choose View
Draft to fl ip your document to this view. Draft view hides all
graphics and the page “edges” so that more text appears on-screen. By default, it continues to
display using the styles and fonts designated in the document.
Views
You can further customize Draft view to make the text even plainer. Choose File Options.
In Word’s Options dialog box, click Advanced at the left, and then scroll down to the Show
document content section. Near the bottom of the section, notice the option to Use draft
font in Draft and Outline views. Check this option to enable it, and then use the
accompanying Name and Size drop-downs to select the alternate text appearance. Click OK to apply
the changes. For an example, Figure 4.18 shows Draft view customized to use 10 pt. Courier
New font for all styles.
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