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WORD 2013 - Default view changed to two pages next to each other

Posted on 2015-02-07
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All of a sudden, some of my WORD documents (in 2013) are displaying with two pages at once (one on the left, one on the right). I went to the VIEW tab and the view still = PRINT LAYOUT, so I'm not sure how to turn off this unwanted feature.

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Steve
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Praveen Kumar Bonala earned 500 total points
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Hi,
Click on View menu
Click on "ONE Page"  in the zoom group.
Refer following:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOg5iqCgT7s
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Well that was easy!
Thank you!
Steve
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