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To print the document created to see the result on paper. We'll see how to use the buttons on the Standard toolbar to examine a document. After changing the margins and to insert manual page breaks, print the document (if we had no printer available, choose to view the document in Preview)
Open the sample file called '04Leccn.doc'
PREVIEW OF A DOCUMENT
To get an idea of what the final appearance of the document once printed, you can use the preview window. In this window you can see the overall look of a page or all pages of the document. You can see the exact location of each piece of text on each page and where is the move to the next page. After examining the document, you can make the necessary adjustments to make exactly the desired way.
PRESENTATION OF A DRAFT DOCUMENT
Click the Preview button in the Standard toolbar.
Microsoft Word displays the current page of the document. There is a window toolbar buttons specific to it. The menu bar still contains the same elements as the main work of Microsoft Word.
DISPLAY OF OTHER SITES
Click the Multiple Pages button on the toolbar of the Preview and drag the pointer to get four tables.
You now have to view all the pages in the document, presented next to each other.
When you need to make changes to the document, such as insert, delete, or format text, you do not have explicitly to the document window. The basic editing tasks can bear out directly in the preview window. However, since it is not possible to display non-printable characters in that window, it is not advisable to make the necessary editing tasks more complex formatting.
Editing the text in the Preview
INSERTION PAGE BREAK
When text fills the page, Microsoft Word inserts a page break called AUTO. These page breaks can not be deleted. If you want to modify the automatic distribution of the text on the pages, you can insert or delete manual page breaks, whether in the document window, or in the preview window. Microsoft Word handles repaginar the document after inserting or deleting page breaks. This means that the text circulated again by successive pages of the document in a fully automatic, without need to specify the amount of text that should appear on each page.
Normal View mode, the page break is represented by a dotted line with a Page Break tag. Neither the name nor the line appear when you print the document.
Inserting a Page Break
Purpose of Exercise: Insert a page break so that the table does not appear divided between the two pages of the document.
not have a printer connected to your computer, you can skip this chapter.
Once you have achieved the look you want for the document, it is time to make your impression. You can click on the Print button in the Standard toolbar, if you want to print the document using the predefined specifications, or use the Print from the File menu, if you select certain options impression n different.
Printing a document from the Standard toolbar
The Print button allows printing of all pages of the active document in the default printer that is connected to the computer.
It is likely that occasionally have to print a page or two only in a large, rather than all pages. One of the printing options you can choose to print only allows the current page, ie where it is located at the insertion point.
Sometimes we find documents in which a small piece of text on the last page. In Preview you can use the Shrink to Fit to reduce a total number of pages. Microsoft Word do this by reducing the size of the font of the document.
REDUCING THE NUMBER OF PAGES
Open the sample file named'Un paso más04.doc'
Click Close to return to Normal view. Scroll the document and discuss the changes made in it.