Displays position of the insertion point and working mode buttons.
Provides easy access to commonly used menus, buttons and tools.
Changes the layout view of the document to Normal View, Web Layout View, Reading LayoutView, Print Layout View, or Outline View.
Links to the Microsoft Office Help feature.
3.Change in View
In an effort to provide various ways in which to view your work in progress and remain organized,Word 2003 offers six different views for your document. The six views are Normal View, WebLayout View, Reading Layout View, Print Layout View, Outline View, and Full Screen View.
view is best used for typing, editing, formatting and proofreading. It provides a maximumamount of space without rulers or page numbers cluttering your view.
view shows you what your text will look like on a web page.
view is best for documents that you do not need to edit. The goal of this view is toincrease legibility so that the user can read the document easily.
view shows you what your document will look like when it is printed. Under PrintLayout view you can see all elements of the page. Print Preview shows you this as well.
view is used to create and edit outlines. Outline view only shows the headings in adocument. This view is particularly handy when making notes.
the document that you are working on. All the other pieces of theWord window are removed except for one button that allows you to Close View Screen.
4.Changing your Document View:
Select the view of your choice.
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