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This is just what I needed to know! Friday, February 14, 2014 5:41 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Sharing what I've found - this fix makes me hate word 80% less :) I added this All Rights Reserved Theme designed by Audentio Design. Ecobee3 vs. http://winnthosting.com/word-2007/word-2007-keeps-crashing.html
When I change it to single page from the ribbon menu I then find the zoom is set to 70% which is much too small for me. Will the healthcare premiums of a 64 year old making $26,500 a year grow to $14,600 under the GOP Health Care Plan? NOTE: Your donation is not tax-deductible (but it does support a worthy cause!). Instead, first hit the 100% button in the View>Zoom area THEN use the zoom slider in the bottom right of the window.
If so, please express your appreciation (and help keep the blog going) by contributing $5.00, $10.00, or more. I've tried closing and reopening Word, but the new display has been retained. That's just stupid and probably the reason Word doesn't automatically let you do it. #19 MrDudeMan, May 28, 2013 Last edited: May 28, 2013 radtechtips Senior member Joined: Feb 12,
I don't care if the entire page is visible, but I do want only a single page's width on my screen at 100%. All rights reserved.Make Tech Easier is a member of the Uqnic Network. Now when I go to One Page, the zoom is set at 90% (instead of the 82% I mentioned in my last post.) Now, when zooming larger, Word kept the display I don't find these buttons useful and would suggest you don't use them as they artificially constrain the pages you would see on screen if you then modify the zoom.
In 2010, click on View on the ribbon, then click on One Page in the Zoom section. #2 juiio, Mar 15, 2011 BlueWeasel Lifer Joined: Jun 2, 2000 Messages: 15,656 You can view more than two pages at a time. I just want to get back to the original display of Word. Another approach is to use the tools on the View tab of the ribbon.
I closed MS Word then reopened the App. Yes another bad example from MS. 2015-02-10 20:37:34 Adi Sutanto @Frank, Jill Henning, to make it open documents in 100% and 1 page view, go to "View" menu, select "Ruler". I can make a multi-page view, but I can't make it stay in multi-page view at 100% even when I try. I can increase my zoom to 120% to make it display 1 page but I don't want that.
- All i did was what juiio said above and it worked. #13 N4g4rok, Dec 13, 2012 Anubis No Lifer Joined: Aug 31, 2001 Messages: 78,049 Likes Received: 177 i dont
- Click "One Page", then Click 100%4.
- It looks good, but now Word doesn't center the single page that it's displaying.
- My problem now is that it won't save that setting.
- Displaying a Single Page by Allen Wyatt (last updated January 27, 2017) 10 Walter's screen shows two pages of his document, side by side.
Then instead of using the zoom control on the bottom right corner, press Control key (hold it) and then use your mouse's wheel to adjust the zoom level. You can choose a variety of zoom options, but "Many Pages" on the right and the button below it should attract the most attention.3. Own shit never smells...Remember that...It's just others no good SoftwareEng said: ↑ WTF, microsoft. Acceptable solutions include writing macros or using a 3rd party utility.
or In the View tab of the ribbon, click on the "one page" button (not sure of the exact button name in the English version of Word). 3. have a peek at these guys You can choose the zoom level in increments of 1%. Once you’ve done this, you’ll see that Word’s zoom level is going to change. I have a 32" monitor that I am using and used to get frustrated with the same thing.
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On my version, if I press 100% view, I automatically get a single page view. Generated Sat, 18 Mar 2017 11:16:16 GMT by s_hp109 (squid/3.5.23) Tips.Net >Word Tips >General Toggle navigation Please Note: This article is written for users of the following Microsoft Word versions: 2007, Stefan Blom, Microsoft Word MVP Tuesday, February 21, 2012 7:29 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Manholes are round so they will not be able to fall through al” in spanish1Emulate Repeating Section form behavior in Word 2007/2010 Hot Network Questions Is my Samsung Smart TV vulnerable to the "weeping angel" attack?
As it is I have already had to pay extra for software that will allow me to customise the ribbon bar, am I now expected to look for software so I Word just runs on one half of my screen 97% of the time. Is there a way to achieve that in 2007 or 2010 version? this content How do I open word in 100%, one page view w/out having to edit view again and again? 2014-11-12 01:48:49 Peter Thank you Maura, great tip. 2014-11-11 14:59:48 John Maura, thankyou.
As you zoom in and Word discovers that it can no longer display two pages on the screen, it should switch automatically to show only a single page. This surely must be a bug? Proposed as answer by kamal chaudhry Monday, January 16, 2017 11:48 AM Monday, January 16, 2017 11:48 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion The situation has got worse now that I find 3 pages crammed onto one page and yet can hardly read the text.
The One Page/Two Pages buttons on the View tab don't actually specify a particular zoom value - the zoom you get depends on the size of your window. Open the file named either "Normal.dotm" or "Normal.dotx." On the view tab, click "page layout" and in the zoom panel, click "one page." Save and close. This does not work for me. Then instead of using the zoom control on the bottom right corner, press Control key (hold it) and then use your mouse's wheel to adjust the zoom level.
If you are not in “Print Layout” view, or if you’re not sure which layout is currently active, click the “View” tab.