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Chapter 2. QuarkXPress Basics > Getting Around Your Document

Getting Around Your Document

QuarkXPress shows you the pages in your document as though they were all spread out in order on a giant white pasteboard. However, unless you happen to work on an enormous screen, you never get to see much of the pasteboard at one time. Let's look at how you can move around to see different parts of a page, and different pages within your document.

Scrolling

The first step in moving around within your document is scrolling. Scrolling refers to using the horizontal and vertical scroll bars on the right and bottom sides of the document window to move your page (see Figure 2-16). If you click the arrow at the top of the vertical scroll bar, you move a bit “up” your page (closer to the top). If you click the left arrow in the horizontal scroll bar, you move to the left on your page, and so on.


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