When you place the Zoom command on a toolbar, you see different choices ascompared to the Zoom command on a menu. By default, Word places the Zoomcommand on the Formatting toolbar, Print Preview toolbar, and on the Viewmenu of all Word views.
When you are in either Page Layout or Print Preview view and you click theZoom list on the Formatting or Print Preview toolbars, you see thefollowing choices:
When you click the Zoom command on the View menu from any Word view, yousee the following choices:
NOTE: The Zoom command on the toolbar gives you the choice of Two Pages,while the Zoom command on the View menu gives you the choice of Many Pages;whereby, you can view multiple pages of your document. When you follow thesteps in the "Workaround" section of this article, the Zoom button on thetoolbar will provide the same choices as the Zoom command on the View menu.
For additional information, please see the following article in theMicrosoft Knowledge Base:
WD97: How to Create Custom Toolbars and Toolbar Buttons
WD: How to Create Custom Toolbars and Toolbar Buttons
In Word, for more information about the zoom feature, click the OfficeAssistant, type zoom
, click Search, and then click "Zoom in on or out ofa document."
NOTE: If the Assistant is hidden, click the Office Assistant button on theStandard toolbar. If Word Help is not installed on your computer, pleasesee the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Office: How to Add/Remove a Single Office Program or Component
For additional information about this problem in Microsoft Word 98Macintosh Edition, please see the following article in the MicrosoftKnowledge Base:
WD98: How to View Multiple Pages Using Zoom on a Toolbar
When you add the Zoom command to a toolbar, you do not see "Many Pages" inthe Zoom list on the toolbar. However, "Many Pages" is one of the optionsavailable when you click Zoom on the View menu.