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Quickly move from page-to-page and view pages side-by-side.
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Working with Pages
Quickly move from page-to-page and view pages side-by-side
When to use
When your document grows large, it is a time saver to move through the pages using the tools in MS Word 2013.
Note: It is a good practice to View, Navigation Pane. This allows you to observe the pages on the left panel.
1.View, One Page: will show one full page in portrait view. The page will shrink to fit the window.
2.View, Multiple Pages: Will display pages side-by-size horizontally, and can be adjusted by shrinking the zoom control setting.
3.View, Page Width: The page will widen to fit the width of the window; only the top portion of the page will be visible until you scroll.
WORD SCREEN TOOLS
1. Zoom Control for Multiple Pages: by shrinking the zoom control, multiple pages can be viewed vertically stacked
2. Scroll Bar: will move the document one screen length at time either up or down.
1.CTRL HOME will take you to the top of any document
2.CTRL END will take you to the bottom of any document
3.Page UP moves the screen UP one “view length” at a time
4.Page DOWN moves the screen DOWN one “view length” at a time
5.Ctrl Page UP jumps UP by one page
6.Ctrl Page DOWN jumps DOWN by one pageLogin to download
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