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Hi,

Just wondering if there's a simple way to make the Pages 'page' gray - just whilst previewing it, not for printing. And to set it up so it's a default view.

When I used to use Word (way back when) there was a way to set this up in the Preferences, just to relieve that 'block of white' strain on the eyes.

Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks in advance,

ALEX
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