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Wrap Text to Window

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Introduction

Depending on your screen resolution, text on the screen may require you to scroll across the screen.

This How-To Article shows you how to enable word wrap in the Word window.


Wrap Text to Window

1. Click the Tools menu and select "Options...".

2. Click the "View" tab.

3. Check the "Wrap to window" check box.

4. Click OK.

Note: Once you select this option, what you see on the screen may not exactly represent what will be printed.

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