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Chapter 39. Working with Microsoft Word > The Microsoft Word Web Layout View

The Microsoft Word Web Layout View

Word content is, by default, fitted for the printed page. Most of the views in Microsoft Word present content aligned to this paradigm. The one exception is the Web Layout view, which lets you view Word content closer to how it would be viewed if it were to be later converted to HTML (or if Word is in fact directly editing HTML content).

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To get an idea of how formatting in Word for the printed page is different, take a regular Word document and view it in Web Layout view—notice the differences? Right margins are based on the window size, and images aren't formatted as specifically as they were in Word.



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