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Cant view text box in normal layout within MS Word

Posted on 2007-11-21
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HI

I have received an MS Word Doc via email. When I view the document in normal layout I can't see the header which is embedded in a text box. If I switch to print layout I can see the header. My question is; can I view the header within the normal view layout?

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by:ctharp
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Try go to View > and check Header and Footer
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Normal view is primarily for proof-reading.  No objects can be viewed in normal view, that's where print layout comes in.
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by:steffensm
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I had that idea too. Thanks for confirming it.
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Thanks for your help
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You are welcome!
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