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I tend to use MS Word in "Print Layout" most of the time and when I want to do a quick "look-see" review of my document I switch to One Page and flick through the pages.
But what annoys me here is the way MS Word insists on showing 85% of your page and then puts footer (of the previous page) at the top. It's caught me out on occasion (eg even page and odd page line-up) but what I'd really like to see is a "One page" view with one whole page at a time.
Does anyone know an easy fix to this irritation?
David Harrison |
Mold-Masters (UK) Limited | Global Hot Runner and Temperature Control Technology
Netherwood Road | Rotherwas Ind. Est. | Company Registration Nr: 1912861
Hereford | HR2 6JU | United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 1432 265 768 | Fax: +44 (0) 1432 263 782
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Sent on 03.10.2011 17:36 by David Harrison
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