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How to return to normal view in Word 2010?

Posted on 2011-03-09
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I think I selected full screen view and now I'm without all my tool menu bar on top of the page except a handful of icons.  How can I return to my normal view?  Thanks
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You should have a close button in the top right corner press that and should go back to normal.
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Or the "ESC" key
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by:lapucca
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Thank you.  Yeah, the "Close" button is Very intuitive
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