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Chapter 8. Examining Your Documents in D... > Changing the Document Display

Changing the Document Display

Word provides you with several viewing possibilities as you work on your documents in the Word application window. Each of these display modes provides a different look at your document. For example, the Normal view provides you with a look at all the font and paragraph formatting in the document, but does not give you a view of the document as it would appear on the printed page. Instead, the Print Layout view supplies this viewpoint.

Using the different document views to your advantage can help you visualize and create great-looking documents in Word. Special views are even supplied for creating outlines and creating Web pages in Word. You take advantage of these different views using the View menu. Table 8.1 shows the various views available to you and describes, in general terms, what they are best used for.


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