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Reduce glare discomfort by customizing onscreen document display (Word 97/2000/2001/2002)

If Word's default white document background is hard on your eyes, you can change the default onscreen color scheme to reduce your discomfort. Simply choose Tools | Options (Edit | Preferences in Word 2001), and then click on the General tab. In the General Options panel, choose the Blue Background, White Text check box, and then click OK. Word changes the default white document background to blue. Text that uses the Automatic font color is displayed in white. Keep in mind, this color scheme is for onscreen use only; printed documents aren't affected.

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