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Old 01-26-2009, 07:10 PM
Pilgrim Pilgrim is offline
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Can screen layout be rearranged in MSWord 07?
 
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Default Can screen layout be rearranged in MSWord 07?

I have a wide monitor. When Word is running there is a lot of wasted space along the edges, and the vertical is shorter than it could be due to toolbars, etc.

Is there some way they can be moved to vertical positions along the edges of the screen?



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Old 01-30-2009, 02:59 PM
caholmes caholmes is offline Can screen layout be rearranged in MSWord 07? Windows Vista Can screen layout be rearranged in MSWord 07? Office 2007
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Default Viewing Options in Word 2007

You have several options
  1. Hide the ribbon (Ctrl + F1 to show/hide). It will still show the icons when you click on a tab
  2. Zoom in. Use the zoom control at the bottom right hand corner of the screen or hold down Ctrl and use the roller on your mouse.
  3. View 2 pages at a time. View Tab >> 2 page view
  4. Use Draft view. View Tab >> Draft
Hope this helps you out
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