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Split a Screen

Splitting a screen allows you to view two parts of your document in the same window. Each half scrolls individually.

Open Word document
Click View tab / Windows group
Click Split Icon

A gray bar appears ... move the bar to the location where you want to split and click
Use the mouse to move the gray bar up or down as needed
If you have the ruler displayed as an option, the second screen should also have a ruler

To edit text, click in either window.

To remove the gray bar, double-click over the line with the mouse;
or
Click the Remove split icon.


May 22, 2008

Sr. Arlene Callahan
Training Manager
Rivier University
420 South Main St.
Nashua, NH 03060
Office 897-8660
E-mail: acallahan@rivier.edu

How to Split the Screen in Word 2007

Splitting the screen enables you to view two parts of your Word 2007 document in the same window. The top half of the window shows one part of the document, and the bottom half another. Each half of the screen scrolls individually, and so you can peruse different parts of the same document without switching windows.
1

Click the View tab.

 
2

Click the Split button.

A gray bar slashes the document window from left to right. That's where the window splits, eventually.

 

 
3

Use the mouse to move the gray bar up or down.

 
4

Click the mouse to split the window.

The split falls into place. Both document views, above or below the split, can be scrolled individually. To edit in one half or the other, click the mouse.
 
5

To remove the split, double-click it with the mouse.

Poof! It's gone.
 
6

(Optional) Double click on the small bar button above the Show/Hide Ruler button to instantly split the window.

Double-clicking that bar, or dragging it downward with the mouse, is the fastest way to split a window.


Read more: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-split-the-screen-in-word-2007.html#ixzz0ktlbbOW2
 

How to Split the Screen in Word 2007

Splitting the screen enables you to view two parts of your Word 2007 document in the same window. The top half of the window shows one part of the document, and the bottom half another. Each half of the screen scrolls individually, and so you can peruse different parts of the same document without switching windows.
1

Click the View tab.

 
2

Click the Split button.

A gray bar slashes the document window from left to right. That's where the window splits, eventually.

 

 
3

Use the mouse to move the gray bar up or down.

 
4

Click the mouse to split the window.

The split falls into place. Both document views, above or below the split, can be scrolled individually. To edit in one half or the other, click the mouse.
 
5

To remove the split, double-click it with the mouse.

Poof! It's gone.
 
6

(Optional) Double click on the small bar button above the Show/Hide Ruler button to instantly split the window.

Double-clicking that bar, or dragging it downward with the mouse, is the fastest way to split a window.


Read more: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-split-the-screen-in-word-2007.html#ixzz0ktlbbOW2
 

 


 

 

How to Split the Screen in Word 2007

Splitting the screen enables you to view two parts of your Word 2007 document in the same window. The top half of the window shows one part of the document, and the bottom half another. Each half of the screen scrolls individually, and so you can peruse different parts of the same document without switching windows.
1

Click the View tab.

 
2

Click the Split button.

A gray bar slashes the document window from left to right. That's where the window splits, eventually.

 

 
3

Use the mouse to move the gray bar up or down.

 
4

Click the mouse to split the window.

The split falls into place. Both document views, above or below the split, can be scrolled individually. To edit in one half or the other, click the mouse.
 
5

To remove the split, double-click it with the mouse.

Poof! It's gone.
 
6

(Optional) Double click on the small bar button above the Show/Hide Ruler button to instantly split the window.

Double-clicking that bar, or dragging it downward with the mouse, is the fastest way to split a window.


Read more: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-split-the-screen-in-word-2007.html#ixzz0ktlbbOW2