It is sometimes beneficial to view two different parts of the same document or multiple documents at the same time. You can accomplish this by working with multiple windows. The following steps will show you how to split the window the document is in, add a new window and then arrange the windows such that you can view them side by side, and arrange windows to view multiple different documents simultaneously.
This feature works the same in all modern versions of Microsoft Word: 2010, 2013, and 2016.
Splitting a window enables you to view different parts of one document at one time. To split a window:
It is possible to have the same document open in two different windows at the same time. You can then view them side by side, which makes it easy to see different parts of the document at the same time. Depending on what you are trying to accomplish, this is often more efficient than splitting the document. To view your document in two windows simultaneously:
If you have multiple documents or windows of one document open and want to view all at the same time, you can easily do so.
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