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Why is everything in Word for Mac half-screen!?


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why is everything in Microsoft Word for MAC half-screen?

it totally sucks! ive tried "view>>full screen" and clicking on the green enlarge button and the biggest it gets is still not big enough to view my entire document from left to right

wtf!? why would they design it like this??
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You might want to give the zoom button a try. It's in the top toolbar, on the right in this picture (the dropdown menu that says 160%):
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Try a search here on the forum "maximizing windows" and you'll find some answers and links there.
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Just click/hold the lower right corner of the window, and drag it to your desired size.
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and go up to the top and change the percent to 200; I only recently discovered the little corner square at the bottom right to drag the page out wide. you will love it : )

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