Working the Smart Way by Using Views and Windows

To work quickly and comfortably in your documents, you need to understand the five different views that Word provides and know when to use each of them. You may also need to open multiple windows on the same document so that you can work in different parts of it. Or you may want to split a single document window into two panes so that you can view the document differently in each.

Choosing the Best View for Your Writing or Editing Tasks

As you'll see in the next few pages, each of Word's five views has a distinct purpose: laying out text and other elements, developing the outline of the document, reading a document, and so on. You can switch freely from view to view as you need for the documents ...

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