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OpenOffice Writer User Guide
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Changing document views has several ways to view a document: Print Layout, Web Layout, Full Screen, and Zoom. You can select these choices on the Viewmenu. The only document view option with a submenu is Zoom. When you choose View > Zoom, the following dialog box appears.


  • Entire Page: Displays the entire page on the screen (text may be too small to read).

  • Page Width: Displays the complete width of the document page. The top and bottom edges of the page may not be visible.

  • Optimal: Resizes the display to fit the width of the text in the document.

  • 200%: Displays the document at two times its actual size.

  • 150%: Displays the document at one and a half times its actual size.

  • 100%: Displays the document at its actual size.

  • 75%: Displays the document at 75% of its actual size.

  • 50%: Displays the document at half of its actual size.

  • Variable: Enter the zoom factor (percentage) at which you want to display the document.

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