How do I know what page I'm on in Word XP?
Thread poster: NancyLynn

NancyLynn
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Jul 28, 2006

Good evening,

With Word XP and Office XP, I'm moving from one page to another and would like to know what page I'm on. The document's pages are numbered but they do not correspond to the actual pages.


I can use the ctrl-G to go to a certain page number, but I can't see anywhere on the screen an indication telling me what page I am viewing.

I'm sure this is hopelessly obvious; that is why I can't find it on the web.

Thanks!

Nancy


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Robert Zawadzki  Identity Verified
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Tools/Options/View/Status bar Jul 28, 2006

Check it, and you will have an indicator on a bottom of a Word window.

This shows a page the cursor is on. And when you move a scrollbar without moving a cursor, the page is displayed as you move.

[Edited at 2006-07-28 03:24]


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NancyLynn
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Exactly what I was looking for! Jul 28, 2006

Thanks so much Robert, I wasted so much time trying to find this little option...Status bar. Who'da thunk it?

Thanks again, good night to you!

Nancy


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