Presentation on theme: "Microsoft Word Basics. Opening Screen Parts Title Bar Displays the name of the program and the current file Contains the Quick Access Toolbar Contains."— Presentation transcript:
Print Layout Default view for Word. Shows how the page will look when printed. This view is good for adjusting margins and columns, headers and footers, and for working with drawing objects, text boxes, and frames. This view may look slightly different from the Print Preview, depending on your printer.
Web Layout Shows how your document looks when viewed as a web page. In a web page, text wraps to the window rather than wrapping to the page.
Outline The document's paragraph styles are used to create an outline. In this view it is easy to reorganize whole sections of a long document by collapsing the outline section and dragging it to a new location. This is an advantage over the Page Layout and Draft views where large amounts of text are hard to select. But, you must assign paragraph styles to your text carefully for this to work.
Full Screen Reading The whole screen is available to show your document in a larger size without the ribbon, status bar, taskbar, etc. At the top you have only the Reading and the Review tools, like adding comments or highlighting. Large images on the page may not fit. Pages with columns or tables may be easier to read in Print Layout. The "pages" are screen pages, NOT how the document will print!
Draft Default view in earlier versions of Word (but was called Normal). You can clearly see what you are typing and editing in Draft view. But, you will not see the full formatting. You may see placeholders for the pictures, tables, text boxes, and frames.
Print Layout Full Screen Reading Web Layout Outline Draft