The view tab in Word 2007 is where you can change the way your document looks on your computer screen. You are able to see grid lines, zoom in and out, or look at pages in a book view. This will be a fairly short tutorial. Some of the sections you will not use and we can cover them briefly. Lets get started with the first section.
The first section in the View tab is Document Views. When you click on the Print Layout button in the Document Views section this will change the view of the document you are working on to look just like the document will print.
The next button, Full Screen Reading, changes the view of the document to a larger view that takes up most of the screen and removes the buttons at the top to maximize the view for easy reading and editing. If you choose this view click the close button at the top right corner to return to the normal view.
The Web Layout button will change the view of the document to appear as it would if the pages were turned into a web page.
The outline button will show your document as an outline then give you another tab with more outlining tools.
The last button, Draft, will give you a chance to view your document as a draft for quick editing. This view removes elements of the document such as headers and footers for easy editing.