Displaying Different Views of a Document
In Word, you can view a document in a variety of ways:
Print Layout view. This view displays a document on the screen the way it will look when printed. You can see elements such as margins, page breaks, headers and footers, and watermarks.
Full Screen Reading view. This view displays as much of the content of the document as will fit on the screen at a size that is comfortable for reading. In this view, the Ribbon is replaced by a single toolbar at the top of the screen with buttons that you can use to save and print the document, access references and other tools, highlight text, and make comments. You can also move from page to page and adjust the view.
Web Layout view. This view displays a document on ...
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