Set Office 2004 Zoom Levels

Created: Saturday, January 27, 2007, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:48 am



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Move the wheel up, and you’ll zoom in; move it down, and you’ll zoom out. The amount the zoom changes with each tick of the scroll wheel varies between the applications. Word seems to go in 10-percent steps; Excel uses 15-percent increments; and PowerPoint steps through the fixed zoom levels.

Rob Griffiths explains more on the MacWorld site…

Categories: office_mac, powerpoint


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