View Tab in Microsoft Office Word 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010 and 2007
View Tab in Microsoft Word
The View Tab in Microsoft Word contains different groups, and each group has different commands to work. The list of Groups are Views, Show, Zoom, Window, and Macros.
Read Mode in MS Word:
The Read Mode makes you easy to read the content in a word document. To enable this option, go to the View tab and click on the Read Mode in the View group.
Print Layout in MS Word:
In the Print Layout Mode, You can see a document appearance as if printed. To enable this option, go to the View tab and click on the print layout in the View group.
Web Layout in MS-Word
In the Web Layout Mode, your document appears looking like on a Web page. To enable this option, go to the View tab and click on the Web Layout in the View group.
Draft View in MS-Word:
The Draft view is helpful to focus and edit your content easier. In this mode, you can’t see header, footer and objects in your document. To enable this option, go to the View tab and click on the Draft view in the View group.
Show or Hide Ruler:
The rulers appear Horizontally at the bottom of the ribbon and Vertically at the left of the document. To show or hide the ruler, go the View tab, then check or uncheck the mark of the ruler option.
Gridlines in MS Word:
Gridlines are a great way to place your objects in a particular spot such as images or shapes in your document. To show or hide the gridlines, go to the view tab, then click on the gridlines in the Show group.
Navigation Pane in MS Word:
The navigation pane is used to Search pages, headings, texts, comments, or find anything in your document. To open the Navigation pane, go to the View tab, then check mark the Navigation Pane in the show group.
Zoom a Document :
Zoom your document to the different level such as 200%, 100%. 75%, Page Width, Text Width, Whole Document, and View Multiple Pages. To zoom in or out your document, Go to the View tab > Click on the Zoom in the Zoom Group > Select one of the options given under it.
Opening a New Window:
Opening a new window helps open the new windows as much as you want to work in different places on different documents at the same time to save your time. When you type, edit, or format the contents these are all shared on all the windows in your word document. To do this, go to the view tab, then click on the New Window to open the new Window as much as you want.
Arrange All Windows in MS Word:
After opening multiple windows you want, you can arrange all of them in order by using the Arrange All to see at once on the screen. To arrange all the New Open windows, go to the View tab, then click on the Arrange All in the window group.
Split /Remove Split Windows:
Split your window into two sections to type or edit at a time. Remove splitting your window as one window which was divided earlier.
View side by side:
View your document side by side so you can compare them easily.
Scroll your document side by side at a time.
Reset Windows Position:
Reset Windows Position as if it was side by side.
Switch one window to a particular one when more than two windows are there.
What is Macros?
Macros is a frequently used task to run the recorded data (Just like pasting) at any time, on any document in your system.
Steps to follow in Recording the Macros:
- Go to the View tab
- Click on the Drop-down arrow of the Macros
- Then select the “Record Macros”, then soon you can get a window
- Now type the Macro name and description you want, then click on the Ok
- Now type the data you want to record
- Again click on the Drop-down arrow of the Macros
- If you want to pause the recording for some time, then click on the “Pause recording” or stop recording of the macros if your work recorded completely, then click on the “Stop Recording”.
- After Macro recording has been done(you must stop recording, click on the Macros
- Now select the Macro Name, and then click on the Run (Just like pasting) to add the contents you have recorded.