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Topic # 111513 6-Nov-2012 09:15
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Just got Office 2010 for a very very good price, but have one question. In word, the 'page' is to the left of my monitor which is 22". I have changed it in View to one page, which moves the 'page' to the centre with zoom setting of 73% If I change the zoom setting to 100% the 'page' jumps back to the left side of the screen again.  How can I keep it in the centre? Thanks

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  Reply # 712704 6-Nov-2012 09:21
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After clicking "One Page" view, hold down Ctrl and use your mouse wheel to zoom.




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  Reply # 712707 6-Nov-2012 09:22
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freitasm: Click View | Print Layout?



Already selected. Have tried page width too, but that just increases it to 199% and then when moving it back to 100%, it jumps to the left of the screen again 




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  Reply # 712708 6-Nov-2012 09:26
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BigHammer: After clicking "One Page" view, hold down Ctrl and use your mouse wheel to zoom.


That did what I wanted, but at 103% which is satisfactory. Clicking One page and then zoom 100% seems to keep the setting. But that didn't work the first time. 


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  Reply # 712709 6-Nov-2012 09:34
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Someone was probably paid a lot of money to make that decision!




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  Reply # 712755 6-Nov-2012 11:03
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My workaround is to not maximise Word to fullscreen. Just resize the window slightly until the page snaps to the centre. That way you get to keep 100% zoom.

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