Office "page layout view" question!

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  1. Dale Cooper macrumors regular

    Dale Cooper

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    Hi,
    does anyone know if it's possible to have the "page layout view" in word, but with a dotted line (pic1) instead of the gaps between the top/bottom of the pages (pic2)? In other words, with "page layout view" on the left and right of the pages, and "normal view" on the top and bottom. I know it can be done in the windows version..
    Thanks

    EDIT: Oops, forgot to insert the pictures..... hope someone understand anyway!
     
  2. iSaint macrumors 603

    iSaint

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    View > Navigation Pane

    then select Thumbnail on the dropdown at the top of the pane on the left.

    I think that's what you're talking about. :confused: :)
     
  3. Dale Cooper thread starter macrumors regular

    Dale Cooper

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    Hehe, I'm afraid not, but thanks. I've managed to attached the pictures this time, hope that'll help! I'd like to se the "page layout view" (picture on the left), but without "the gap" between the pages (picture on the right).
     

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  4. Porksword macrumors member

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    #4
    Isn't what you're looking for just "view - Normal"?
     
  5. Dale Cooper thread starter macrumors regular

    Dale Cooper

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    No, I'd like to see the the sides of the pages in the "page layout view"-way, put the top and bottom in the "normal view"-way. I know it can be done in office for windows :eek:
     
  6. Over Achiever macrumors 68000

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    I believe this is a windows-only office feature, so unfortunately no. It's simple to do in Windows, just double click the gap and it becomes a dashed line.
     
  7. Dale Cooper thread starter macrumors regular

    Dale Cooper

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    OK, have to live with it then I guess. Thanks anyway, all of you!
     

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