Split the screen Word Shortcuts


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Splitting the screen

If you have a long document, you may need to refer to one page while working on another. You can split the screen to view two different sections at the same time. There are two ways to split your screen. The first is above the View Ruler button there is little line and when I hold my cursor over it, I get a double-headed arrow, click and drag and drop where you want the split to go. Now I can scroll on the top half independently from the bottom half. To remove the line, all I have to do is hold my cursor on the line itself and double-click. It goes away. Another way to split the screen is with a keyboard command Alt+Ctrl+S.

Now I have to click where I want the split to go and its there and Alt+Ctrl+S will take it away again. The last place to split screen is on the View Ribbon. I'll click on the View tab and down here there's a button for Split. Again, when I click on it, I have to click on my document where I want the split to go and then the button becomes Remove S...

Splitting the screen
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Splitting the screen provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Word 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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Word
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