Word 2007 View Tab
Let's first take a look at the Word 2007 Ribbon. On the Ribbon you will see a View tab which you can access by clicking on it or by pressing Alt+W. The Word 2007 View tab contains all the commands that enable you to change your Word 2007 document view.
The Word 2007 View tab consists of five groups:
- Document Views
The Document Views group contains the five different ways you can view your Word 2007 documents. You can choose Print Layout, Full Screen Reading, Web Layout, Outline, and Draft.
The Show Hide group is where you can choose to see the Ruler Bar that runs along the top and left side of your document, to see gridlines in your document, to open the Document Map, and to see the pages of your document displayed as Thumbnails.
The Zoom group is where you can change the size of the document you're viewing. The default settings for Word 2007 is 100%, but you can choose to view your documents as One Page or Two Pages, or as Page Width. To choose a custom setting, click on Zoom.
The Window group is where you can open a copy of your document in a new window, arrange to see all open documents, or view two open documents side by side.
The Macros group allows you to view a list of available macros and also enables you to record new macros.