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When you view a document, you may experience the following symptoms:
You are in full screen view. Users who are accustomed to WordPerfect frequently work in this view.
This view is useful if you want to see as much of the document as possible while you are working in it. If you do not see any part of your document, you are in full screen view with no document open.
To return to your usual screen, use one of the following methods.
Method 1: If you are not using WordPerfect Keys or WordPerfect Help, press the ESC key.
Method 2: If there is a document open, use the following steps:
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