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    Viewing only one page at a time through Word 2007 in Windows XP

    Whenever I use more than one page for preparing a Word document through my PC running on Windows XP, the two pages will display in side by side format. I am using Word 2007 with my PC. How can I change the settings to show one page at a time by default?



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    Re: Viewing only one page at a time through Word 2007 in Windows XP

    While you open the Word document, click on the ‘View’ tab available on the top part. You can then view several options under that tab. Select the ‘Print Layout’ option from that group. This option can be seen on the left most corner of the screen. If you can still see two pages, then click the ‘Zoom’ option. A set of different percentage will be shown under ‘Zoom to’ label. Click on the circle next to 100% till a green spot appears on it.

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    Re: Viewing only one page at a time through Word 2007 in Windows XP

    Dear

    Change the zoom to the desired setting. Then add a space and delete it; that
    way, the document will be marked as modified, and you will be able to save
    it (including the zoom setting).

    You can show any problem visit the given link
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/su...101839657.aspx

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    Re: Viewing only one page at a time through Word 2007 in Windows XP

    Friend, what you have to do is just open the word document,
    then click on the view tab,
    click on print layout button,
    if it does not work then in the same view tab there is option of "ONE PAGE".
    click on it.
    your document will be in a simgle page.

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    Re: Viewing only one page at a time through Word 2007 in Windows XP

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Whenever I use more than one page for preparing a Word document through my PC running on Windows XP, the two pages will display in side by side format. I am using Word 2007 with my PC. How can I change the settings to show one page at a time by default?
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    Word 2007 in Windows XP :
    -------------------------------

    Now you are using the windows XP and in that you are trying to change the settings to show one page at a time by default and then you don't worry you can change it by following instructions mention below step by step and also this is a very easy process.

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    Instructions :
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    = = > First of all you need to turn on your windows,
    = = > And then you need to launch word 2007,

    = = > In that you need to click on view button,
    = = > And then it shows a many options,

    = = > In that you need to click on print layout option,
    = = > Now observe your issue is solve or not,

    = = > If not and then you need to click on zoom option,
    = = > And then set up to 100%,



    = = > And then observe it,
    = = > That's it.



    all the best;.

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    Re: Viewing only one page at a time through Word 2007 in Windows XP

    >> It is very simple.

    >> When you open any Word document, you have to use the “zoom” command from the bottom part.

    >> It will zoom the page from the 2 pages to 1 page OK.

    >> This way you can view only one page at a time through Word 2007 in Windows XP.


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