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Page view in Word appears cut off at top (displaced up) instead of centered - any way to fix it?

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Microsoft Word - when I view it in Page view, the top of the page is not shown, so it appears cut off at the top. It is very annoying since it does not give me an idea of what the page will look like.

I cannot figure out how to change it. Please help!
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You have probably just disabled the showing of white space. Just move the cursor to the space between the pages and double click to get it back.
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Wow who even knows that this feature existed? You I guess. That's why you get the big points!

Thanks!
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