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Chapter 5. Editing a Document > Working with Multiple Windows

Working with Multiple Windows

You can have multiple documents open at one time in Word. The number of documents you can have open at one time is limited only by the amount of memory on your system. If your documents are large and heavily formatted, you will not be able to open as many at one time.

When working with multiple documents, each document occupies its own window. You can arrange these windows within Word just as you would place pieces of paper on a desk. By choosing Window, A rrange All, you can arrange all open windows so that each has a portion of the screen.


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