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Lesson 23. Working with Multiple Documen... > Controlling Multiple Document View

Controlling Multiple Document View

Word gives you a great deal of flexibility in displaying multiple documents. You can have the active document occupy the entire screen, with other open documents temporarily hidden. You can also have several documents displayed at the same time, each in its own window. A document window can be in one of three states:

  • Maximized The window occupies the entire screen and no other open documents are visible. Figure 23.1 shows a maximized document.

  • Minimized The window is reduced to a small icon displayed on the Windows Task Bar. The document title is displayed on the icon. Note that Word's W symbol is also displayed on the Task Bar icon so you can distinguish document icons from those belonging to other programs.

  • Restored The document window assumes an intermediate size, occupying part of your screen.


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