Using Read mode for longer documents


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Using Read mode for longer documents

If you're going to be opening up a document here in Word 2013 for the sole purpose of reading its contents, as opposed to writing or editing the document, you might consider a new feature called Read mode. We're going to take a look at it now, using this document named No Obstacles Bio Reading. When we open up this document, there are certain defaults, for example, the view. If we moved down to the bottom of our screen, you'll notice a little toolbar with, Print Layout selected. There's an icon just left of that, to switch to read mode, which we'll do momentarily.

Let's make sure we're all on the same page and looking at the same thing. My zoom level is set to 100%. You can do that as well. Use the minus sign to go down, the plus sign to bump up. But once you're at 100%, I also want you to notice that in the bottom left corner, we're looking at a total of five pages for this document, and we should be looking at Page 1 of 5. Also, with the navigation ...

Using Read mode for longer documents
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Using Read mode for longer documents provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Office 2013 New Features

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