Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using object zoom in Read mode, part of Office 2013 New Features.
Continuing on the topic of Read mode, we're going to look at another feature…that allows you to focus in on the objects that may appear in your document,…objects like graphics, could be charts or tables, for example that might be difficult to view …unless you zoom in to them.…We're going to take a look at that as we continue working with our No Obstacles Bio Reading document.…We're going to switch to Read mode.…You can do that from the View tab on the Ribbon, or if you prefer, go down to the bottom of the screen …and click the Read mode icon.…
Let's also make sure we're looking at the same zoom level here.…We'll make sure 100% appears off to the right.…You can use the minus sign to decrease or the plus sign to increase your text size.…Now from here, we're going to navigate to the next set of pages.…Let's click the arrow that appears off to the right here.…And sure enough there's an object on this page. We have a logo.…Now at our zoom level currently, it might be difficult to really see the details of this object.…
- Exploring the new user interface
- Using the bookmark feature
- Inserting online video in Word documents
- Editing PDFs in Word
- Filtering records using the timeline in Excel
- Exploring new slide transitions in PowerPoint
- Creating web apps for SharePoint or Office 365 with Access
- Inserting online pictures with Publisher
- Embedding files in a OneNote notebook
- Connecting to social networks with Outlook
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