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¿Cómo ver dos páginas a la vez en un documento de Word?

Al navegar por un documento de Word, debe desplazarse hacia abajo para ver las páginas una por una. En realidad, Word admite la visualización de dos páginas a la vez. Si lo necesita, haga lo siguiente.

Ver dos páginas a la vez en un documento de Word


Ver dos páginas a la vez en un documento de Word

Haga lo siguiente para ver dos páginas a la vez en un documento de Word.

1. Hacer clic Ver > Varias páginas. Ver captura de pantalla:

2. Luego mantenga presionado el Ctrl y desplácese hacia arriba con la rueda de desplazamiento del mouse para ampliar las páginas hasta que solo aparezcan dos páginas en la ventana de documento.

Luego, puede ver dos páginas a la vez en un documento de Word.


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    george · 1 months ago
    this isn't what I'm looking for I wanna zoom in up 200% but see two pages at a time and its not letting me do that
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    Mike Jones · 11 months ago
    Found it - in Zoom, there is a "many pages" option.
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    Mike Jones · 11 months ago
    I am after a way of displaying EXACTLY two pages of a document set to A5 size. I am using a 17" laptop screen. Multiple Pages gives me either 1 page when the zoom is > 85% or 3 pages when the zoom is < 85%. It is really annoying, as I am creating a booklet and wish to see each 2 page spread laid out onscreen. Is there are way of setting it to display exactly two pages? I have searched all over and been through all the Options.
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    Max Power · 2 years ago
    Not useful for widescreen 1k, 2k or 4k monitors. When we select multiple pages, in the width of a 2K monitor I need to scale to 170% to see only 2 pages, otherwise I see 3 pages at the same time, which is uncomfortable (not like a 'book'). In my old 1050p monitor I should scale only to 120% which is not the ideal, but still acceptable, in 1k monitor it is needed to scale to 125%, but 2k and forward 170 is too big, more if you have images (which scales so bad).

    Is there a way to only show 2 pages whatever the scale you choose?
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      Mike Jones · 11 months ago
      Found it - under Zoom there is a "many pages" option.
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    jasnsonmssith · 2 years ago
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