What you might prefer for your editing mode is in Word> Preferences> View,
in the Window group... Tick the checkbox for 'Wrap to window' which only
affects display of the document in Draft & outline views.
As for the Menu issue... Did you have another version of Word/Office
installed prior to Office 2008? Combined with your previous menu problems
this suggest that you may have some leftover files hanging around.
On 4/26/10 3:01 AM, in article 59bb7792.-1@webcrossing.JaKIaxP2ac0,
"email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Version: 2008 Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) When I'm writing
> in the "draft" view option, then the text is totally at the left. There is a
> lot of space on the right of my screen that is not being used. I can fill that
> space if I zoom in "250", but that's too much for me. Instead I would like to
> have the same size of my letters as in let's say 150%, but I'd like the text
> to spread over the entire bredth of my screen! Is that possible??? Otherwise
> it really becomes too tiring for me to keep on working on these long texts all
> Secondly, is there a way within the tool box to change the view options.
> Somehow under "view" I again don't have a "zoom" button!!!! Help, how can I
> get my "view" option under "view" back??? And why do buttons keep on