has 4 or 5 views, depending on the version (here with the 5 views of
Word 2003) called:
Recommended view (by Microsoft) for doing most of your typing and
editing. Writer has no real equivalent view.
Layout: This shows the document (more or less) as
it will print. This is the closest equivalent to the Print Layout
view in Writer.
Layout: In theory, this shows the document as if
viewed on-line. Writer’s
equivalent is a view option called Web Layout. To access this view,
select View > Web Layout.
Layout view formats your screen to make reading your document more
has no real equivalent view, but you can go to View
to choose the view that will fit the best for you on your screen.
For working with heading hierarchies. Outline view displays the
document in outline form. Headings can be displayed without the text.
If you move a heading, the accompanying text moves with it. Writer
has the Navigator,
which is detailed later in this chapter.
also has an HTML source view that only shows when editing an HTML
document. To access this view, select View
> HTML Source.
field codes are turned on, Writer displays less information about the
field than does Word. To get detailed information, right-click
the field > Fields
(or select the field >
Edit > Fields).