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The Zoom Tool In Word 2007

Zoom in or out with Word 2007

There are several ways Word 2007 lets you zoom in or zoom out on documents: the first way to zoom in or out is to use the zoom slider located in the bottom right corner of Microsoft Word’s main window: by default, your documents are zoomed at 100% – in other words, the document is shown in real size, without any actual zoom.

Zoom in/out or reset the zoom from using the Word 2007 ribbon

Named zoom factors in Word 2007

Word 2007 also includes “named zoom factors” in the Zoom dialog: namely, these are Page width (which will zoom the document to make it fit the entire width of the Word window); Text width (which will automatically zoom in (or out) until the left and right text boundaries are lined up with the border of your Word 2007 window); and finally Whole page, which will zoom out of the document until the entire height of the current page is visible inside your Word 2007 window:

Note that the following named zoom factors are also available directly from the ribbon: One Page (zoom out to show the entire page in all its height), Two Pages (show the same zoom factor as One Page, but show two pages side by side), and Page Width (zoom in to make your document page as wide as permitted by the size of the Word 2007 window). Named zooms in Word 2007 are just shortcuts to various zoom levels, and you can still access them manually, using any one of the zooming methods we outline in this tutorial.

Using the mouse to zoom in Word 2007

Here is a quick tip to close this Word 2007 tutorial on zooming: to zoom in or out fast, hold down the control key on your keyboard ( Ctrl), and scroll the wheel of your mouse. To zoom in, scroll up with the mouse wheel, while holding the Ctrl key pressed down; to zoom out of your document, follow the same steps, and move your mouse wheel down, as if you were scrolling down, still with the Ctrl key held down!

Since each of the mouse “thumps” corresponds to an increment (or decrement) of 10%, Ctrl-scroll 9 times down to zoom out to the minimum of 10% (shown on the screenshot above), and ctrl-scroll back up 9 times to reset the zoom. Since Word 2007 lets you zoom in up to 500% of the original document size, this means that you can view your document, with maximum zoom on, 50-times larger than it actually is. (If you want to zoom that much into the document, using the status bar slider we mentioned earlier would be easier than scrolling up while holding down the control key.)

Hiệu Ứng Zoom Trong Powerpoint 365

Thế giới thủ thuật – Powerpoint chắc chắc là một công cụ không thể thiếu cho các thầy cô, diễn giả, nhân viên văn phòng… Tuy nhiên để có được một Slide đẹp, khoa học ngoài việc trang trí slide bằng các hiệu ứng thì chúng ta cần sử dụng một cách linh hoạt các tính năng trong Powerpoint. Một trong những tính năng giúp bạn thiết kế một slide chuyên nghiệp đó chính là hiệu ứng Zoom trong Powerpoint

Khi bạn tạo hiệu ứng zoom trong PowerPoint, bạn có thể chuyển đến và từ các trang chiếu cụ thể, các phần và phần của bản trình bày theo thứ tự bạn quyết định trong khi bạn đang trình bày.

Tuy nhiên hiệu ứng này chỉ dùng được trên Office 365 và Office 2019

Sử dụng Summary Zoom

Summary zoom giống như một trang đích mà bạn có thể nhìn thấy các phần của slide trình bày cùng một lúc. Khi bạn đang trình bày, bạn có thể sử dụng hiệu ứng zoom trong Powerpoint để chuyển từ vị trí này trong slide của mình sang một nơi nào đó trong bất kỳ thứ tự nào mà bạn muốn.

Chọn Summary Zoom

Hộp thoại Summary Zoom sẽ mở ra. Chọn các Slide mà bạn muốn đưa vào hiệu ứng Summary zoom. Những bản chiếu này trở thành các trang chiếu đầu tiên của các phần trình chiếu tóm tắt của bạn.

Bấm chọn các Slide mà bạn muốn đưa vào hiệu ứng Summary zoom. Sau đó bấm chọn Insert.

Hiệu ứng Summary zoom sẽ tạo ra cho bạn 1 slide mới được chèn vào ngay trước slide đầu tiên mà bạn chọn trong hiệu ứng summary zoom

Slide Zoom

Slide zoom có thể giúp bạn làm cho bản trình bày của mình thêm năng động, cho phép bạn dẫn hướng một cách tự do giữa các Slide theo bất kỳ thứ tự nào mà bạn chọn nhưng không làm gián đoạn bản trình bày của bạn. Slide zoom là một lựa chọn tốt cho bản trình bày ngắn và không có nhiều sections, nhưng bạn có thể sử dụng slide zoom cho nhiều tình huống bản trình bày khác nhau.

Slide zoom giúp bạn đi sâu vào phần thông tin trong trong Slide

Chọn Slide zoom

Hộp thoại slide zoom sẽ mở ra. Chọn các slide mà bạn muốn sử dụng trong hiệu ứng slide zoom

Sau khi bạn đã chọn tất cả các slide bạn muốn sử dụng, hãy chọn Insert. Hiệu ứng slide zoom sẽ được tạo ra.

Section zoom

Section zoom là một dạng nối kết đến một phần đã có trong bản trình bày của bạn. Bạn có thể sử dụng chúng để quay lại các phần mà bạn muốn thực sự nhấn mạnh, hoặc để hightlight một số phần trong bài trình bày.

Chọn Section zoom

Hộp thoại section zoom sẽ mở ra. Chọn các section mà bạn muốn sử dụng hiệu ứng.

Bấm Insert để thực hiện.

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Zoom In Excel: Change Your Worksheet Magnification

The zoom feature in Excel changes the scale of a worksheet. When you want to see more or less of a worksheet, use Zoom to increase or decrease the magnification.

The information in this article applies to Excel 2019, Excel 2016, Excel 2013, Excel 2010, and Excel 2007.

Choose Your Zoom Method

There are three different ways to zoom in on a worksheet:

The Zoom slider located on the status bar.

The Zoom tool found on the View tab of the Excel ribbon.

The Zoom on roll with IntelliMouse option.

Use the Zoom Slider

When you want to quickly change the magnification of a worksheet, use the Zoom slider. You’ll find the Zoom slider in the bottom right corner of the Excel window. To use the Zoom slider, drag the slider to the right or to the left.

To zoom in, drag the slider to the right. Everything on the worksheet gets larger and you see less of the worksheet.

To zoom out, drag the slider to the left. Objects in the worksheet get smaller and you see more of the worksheet.

An alternative to using the slider is to select Zoom Out or Zoom In located at either end of the slider. The buttons zoom the worksheet in or out in increments of 10%.

Adjusting the zoom level does not affect the actual size of a worksheet. Printouts of the current sheet remain the same, regardless of the selected zoom level.

Set a Custom Zoom Magnification

Select Zoom to open the Zoom dialog box. The Zoom dialog box contains pre-set magnification options ranging from 25% to 200%, as well as choices for custom magnification and zooming to fit the current selection.

Zoom With Shortcut Keys

Keyboard key combinations that zoom in and out of a worksheet involve using the ALT key. These shortcuts access the zoom options on the View tab of the ribbon using keyboard keys rather than the mouse.

Here are the zoom shortcut keys:

ALT+W+J: Activates the 100% zoom option on the ribbon.

ALT+W+G: Activates Zoom to Selection on the ribbon.

ALT+V+Z: Opens the Zoom dialog box.

ALT+W+Q: Opens the Zoom dialog box.

When you’re working in the Zoom dialog box, press one of the following keyboard shortcuts to change the magnification level:

0+Enter: 200% zoom

1+Enter: 100% zoom

7+Enter: 75% zoom

5+Enter: 50% zoom

2+Enter: 25% zoom

Using these keyboard keys to activate the Custom zoom option requires additional keystrokes in addition to those needed to open the Zoom dialog box.

After typing ALT+W+Q+C, enter numbers such as 33 for a 33% magnification level. Complete the sequence by pressing Enter.

Zoom on Roll With IntelliMouse

If you frequently adjust the zoom level of worksheets, you might want to use the Zoom on roll with IntelliMouse option.

When activated, this option allows you to zoom in or out using the scroll wheel. The option is activated using the Excel Options dialog box.

Select File.

Select Options to open the Excel Options dialog box.

Select Advanced in the left-hand panel of the dialog box.

Select Zoom on roll with IntelliMouse in the right panel to activate this option.

Zoom out to Display Named Ranges

If a worksheet contains one or more named ranges, zoom levels below 40% display these named ranges surrounded by a border. This provides a quick and easy way to check their location in a worksheet.

Word 2007 And Word 2010: Ribbon Tutorial

Welcome to the Word Ribbon!

Microsoft Word 2007 and Word 2010 don’t have the toolbars at the top of the screen that we are all familiar with. Toolbars have been replaced by the Ribbon.

This page describes how to use the Ribbon and how it differs from the toolbars we are all used to.

If you’re not sure which version of Microsoft Word you have, see What version of Word do I have?.

The Ribbon is two-dimensional

In earlier versions of Word, we had one-dimensional toolbars (also known as command bars). Buttons sat along a toolbar in a straight line (Figure 1).

Figure 1: Toolbars in Word 2003

The Ribbon is two dimensional (Figure 2). Large controls take up the full height of the Ribbon. Small controls can be set vertically in three rows.

Figure 2: Part of the Page Layout tab in Word 2010

The Ribbon has many different kinds of buttons and knobs and dials

Figure 3: The Paste control is a split button. When I hover over the top half of the Paste control, the tooltip makes it clear that this is a button.

The Ribbon can display many different kinds of controls. The two most common are buttons and menus. Menus are indicated by a small down-ward pointing triangle.

There are also boxes where you can type a value directly into the Ribbon.

Look out for split buttons (Figure 3 and Figure 4). When you hover over a split button you’ll see horizontal line splitting the big button into two. The top half works as a button. The bottom half works as a menu.

The Ribbon is divided into tabs

One of the biggest differences between old-fashioned toolbars and the new-fashioned Ribbon is that the Ribbon is divided into tabs. In Word, seven tabs display by default: Home, Insert, Page Layout, References, Mailings, Review and View. In addition, you can display the Developer tab, and you might see an Add-Ins tab.

If you open a template or add-in created in Word 2003 or before, which has a custom toolbar, you’ll see something like that custom toolbar on the Add-Ins tab. The Add-Ins tab doesn’t do a very good job of displaying the old-style toolbar. And Word 2010 does it even less well than Word 2007. But it’s better than nothing.

Extra “Contextual” tabs appear on special occasions

Watch out for these tabs, because they contain the controls you need to format items like tables, pictures and text boxes.

Tabs are divided into groups

Each tab has several groups. The name of the group is below the controls in that group. For example, in Figure 5 you can see the Table Styles and Draw Borders groups.

The Ribbon expands and contracts to fit the available space

The Ribbon expands and contracts to fit the window in which it is displayed.

On a small monitor, or if the user chooses to use a small window:

small buttons may be displayed instead of large ones

text on buttons may be removed, leaving only images

whole groups can be reduced to a single button

in some special cases (and not available to developers for custom tabs) a row of three buttons can be spread out horizontally and reduced to a row of two buttons.

In Word 2007, this magic works only with built-in groups. In Word 2010, the developer may turn on this magic with custom groups as well.

The images of Figure 6 show the Home tab in Word 2007 at four different monitor sizes. You can see that the Clipboard group (at the far left), changes as the screen resolution gets bigger. The Font, Paragraph, Styles and Edit groups all change in slightly different ways.

Use the slider below the images to see the difference between the displays.

The general look changed substantially in Word 2010

The general look of Word 2010 is much calmer and toned-down compared with Word 2007 (Figure 7).

You can change the Ribbon’s colour scheme

If you’re using Word 2007 and it just seems overwhelming, try changing the colour scheme to the more neutral ‘Silver’ colour.