- Word has a number of different views that you
can use to display a document.
- Start Word and open a document called Views.
The sample files are stored in a folder called Word 2010 Basics, which is turn is located within a folder called Documents. To open the sample file called Views, click on the File tab and then click on the Open command.
- This will display the Open dialog box.
- Within the right section of the window you
will see the folder called Word 2010
Basics (you may have to scroll down within the window to see this).
- Double click on the Word 2010 Basics folder to display the contents of that
folder. Scroll down the file list and
you will see a file called Views.
- Double click on the Views file to open the document, which will look like this.
- Click on the View tab and look at the options within the Document Views section.
- By default the Print Layout view is displayed.
Click on the Full Screen Reading
icon and the screen will change to look like this. As you can see this view makes is easier to
read the document on your screen, as the screen clutter is not displayed.
- Press the Esc key to return to the Print
- Click on the Draft icon and the document will be displayed in draft mode.
- Click on the Outline icon to display the document in Outline mode.
The document will look like this.
Outline view is useful when viewing long documents, as you can easily
identify headings and sections within the document.
- Click on the Web Layout icon. This will
display the document as it would appear on a web site.
- Click on the Print Layout icon to return to the default view display.
- You can click on the Zoom icon to magnify or reduce the display. You will find this icon within the Zoom section of the View tab.
- This will display the Zoom dialog box. Experiment
with different levels of zoom.
- Reset the Zoom level back to 100%.
- Close Word without saving any changes that
you may have made.
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