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Microsoft® Office® Professional 2013 Plain & Simple by Katherine Murray

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Changing the view

As you work with your document, you’ll probably want to view it in different ways. If you’re focusing on creating a good outline, for example, you might want to work in Outline view. When you are in a writing mood and just want to concentrate on the text, you might prefer to work in Draft view. And, when you’re reviewing a document—either one you created or one shared with you by someone else—you can use Word’s new Read Mode to review the content without screen elements to distract you.

Change the view

  1. Open the document that you want to view.

  2. Click the View tab.

    By default, your document appears in Print Layout view.

  3. Use the Zoom controls to adjust the display so that you see the number of pages you want on the screen ...

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