How to Zoom and Print a Word Document

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Versions of Microsoft Word prior to Word 2007 have similar menus. Microsoft 2007 has a different system, with an “Office Button” and menu ribbons. Zooming in or out of a document, or printing the document, can be done in similar fashion in all versions of Word. Yet there will be a slight difference between Word 2007 and previous versions of the word processing program.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer with Microsoft Word

Zoom

  • Click “View” in the horizontal menu, if using a version of Word prior to Word 2007. If using Word 2007, click on the “View” tab.

  • Select “Zoom” on the drop-down menu that appears after completing the previous step for a version of Word prior to Word 2007. If using Word 2007, click on “Zoom” in the center of the “View” ribbon.

  • Enter the percentage amount to zoom in or out in the “Zoom” menu that opens after completing the previous step.

  • Click “OK” to complete the command and close the “Zoom” menu.

Print

  • Click “File” in the horizontal menu, if using a version of Word prior to Word 2007. If using Word 2007, click on the “Office Button” located in the upper left-hand corner of the screen.

  • Select “Print” on the drop-down menu that appears after completing the previous step for a version of Word prior to Word 2007. If using Word 2007, click on “Print” in the menu that opens after clicking the “Office Button.”

  • Choose your printing options in the window that opens. This includes selecting the printer and page range, then click “OK” to complete the command.

References

  • "Word 2007 for Dummies"; Dan Gookin; 2007
  • "Word 2003 for Dummies"; Dan Gookin; 2004
  • "Word 2002 for Dummies"; Dan Gookin; 2002
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