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Chapter FIVE. Saving and Exporting > TIP 40: Deciding What Your Reader Sees Fir...

TIP 40: Deciding What Your Reader Sees First

The Initial View pane of the Document Properties dialog lets you modify the Initial View settings. Change the options to control what your readers see when they open your document. Choose File > Document Properties and click the Initial View tab to display the document view settings.

Make Your Content Pop!

Removing access to menus and commands isn't necessarily a bad thing. When screen space is an issue, or if you want your content to jump out at the reader, hiding the menu bar and toolbars helps draw more attention to your document. But be careful when you decide to do this—the next time the document opens, you can only use shortcut keys to control the program. Make sure you provide other types of controls, such as links, from the document.



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