Word Tip of the Day


View two places at once by splitting the screen (Word 97/2000/2001/2002)


When you're working with lengthy documents, it can be difficult to move or copy items from one place to another when the source and destination are far apart. To make this simpler, try splitting the active document window so you can view and edit two parts of your document at the same time. To do so, double-click on the split box (the tiny rectangular box located at the top of the vertical scrollbar). As an alternative, choose Window | Split, and then click where you want the split to appear. Word splits the document window horizontally into two panes. Each pane has its own scrollbars, so you can navigate to different parts of the same document in each pane. For example, you can select a passage in the top pane, and then drag it to the bottom pane to move it to a new location. To remove the split, double-click on the split bar that separates the two panes, or choose Window | Remove Split.



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