Select between different views available in Word 2010

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The Word 2010 has multiple views associated with it. How can I change between the different views available? Which one, can I choose to work on a long document which has different section in it? What are the other views for? In which circumstances can I use the other views available?

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #188989

Select between different views available in Word 2010

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There are different views available in word 2010.
1. Print Layout view: Standard documents, such as letters, memos, and reports, are mostly written and edited in Print Layout view.
2. Print Layout view: If you want to read or review a document, This view can help to simplify the work.
3. Web Layout view: This view helps you to create, view, and edit pages the way they appear online when you open in a browser. By choosing Save As , you can save pages in several Web-compatible formats.
4. Outline view: Use of outline view is to create, view, and edit outlines.
5. Draft view: Draft view displays a document as a continuous text scroll; In this type of view page breaks are denoted by dashed lines.

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Select between different views available in Word 2010

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In Microsoft Office Word, there are five available views you can select to change the view of your document while composing. You have the Print Layout, Full Screen Reading, Web Layout, Outline, and Draft views. The default view for Microsoft Office Word is the “Print Layout.” To change your document’s view, in Microsoft Office Word, click “View” tab then in “Document Views” section, select the view you want.

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If you have a long document, I think you should stick with the default view which is Print Layout. For reading purposes or if you simply want to read your composition or your document, you can select the “Full Screen Reading” view. To check the differences between the views, try clicking each one of them to see how your screen changes.

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