Advanced


Editing options

Typing replaces selected text - Select this option to delete the selected text when you begin to type. If you clear this check box, Microsoft Office Word inserts new text in front of the selected text and does not delete the selected text. (Edit tab, "Typing replaces selection" in 2003).
When selecting, automatically select entire word - Select this option to select entire words when you select part of one word and then part of the next word. Turning this option on also causes Word to select a word and the space that follows it when you double-click a word. (Edit tab in 2003).
Allow text to be dragged and dropped - Select this option to be able to move or copy selected text by dragging it. To move text, select the text, and then drag it to a new location. To copy text, select the text, and then hold down the CTRL key while you drag the selection to its new location. (Edit tab, "Drag and drop text editing" in 2003).
Use CTRL + Click to follow hyperlink - Select this option to make it easier to edit the text of hyperlinks. When this option is turned on, you must press CTRL while you click the link to follow the link. When this option is turned off, clicking the link causes Word to jump to the destination of the link, which makes it more difficult to edit the text of the link. (Edit tab in 2003).
Automatically create drawing canvas when inserting AutoShapes - Select this option to place a drawing canvas around drawing objects or ink drawings and writing when you insert them into your document. A drawing canvas helps you to arrange drawing objects and pictures and to move them as a unit. (General tab in 2003).
Use smart paragraph selection - Select this option to select the paragraph mark when you select a whole paragraph. If you include the paragraph mark when you cut and paste a paragraph, you don't leave a blank paragraph, and your formatting automatically stays with the paragraph. (Edit tab in 2003).
Use smart cursoring - Select this option to specify that the cursor moves as you scroll up or down. When you press the LEFT ARROW, RIGHT ARROW, UP ARROW, or DOWN ARROW keys after you scroll, the cursor responds at the page currently in view, not at its previous position. (Edit tab in 2003).
Use the Insert key to control overtype mode - Select this option to turn overtype mode on and off by pressing the INSERT key. (Edit tab, "Use the INS (insert) key for paste" in 2003).
Use overtype mode - Select this option to replace existing text as you type, one character at a time. If the Use the Insert key to control overtype mode is selected, you can turn this option on and off by pressing the INSERT key on your keyboard. (Edit tab, "overtype mode" in 2003).
Prompt to update style - Select this option to be prompted when you directly modify text to which a style is applied and then you reapply the style to the modified text. When prompted, you can either update the style based on recent changes or reapply the formatting of the style. (Edit tab in 2003).
Use Normal style for bulleted or numbered lists - Select this option to base list styles on the Normal paragraph style instead of the Paragraph List style.
Keep track of formatting - Select this option to keep track of your formatting as you type. This enables you to easily apply the same formatting elsewhere. This option must be turned on before you can use the Select Text with Similar Formatting command on the shortcut menu that appears if you right-click selected text. To display a list of the formatting that you have used, use the Options command on the Style pane, and then select the Paragraph level formatting, Font formatting, and Bullet and numbering formatting check boxes. (Edit tab in 2003).
Mark formatting inconsistencies - Select this option to mark formatting with a wavy blue underline when it is similar to, but not exactly the same as, other formatting in your documents. To use this option, you must also select the Keep track of formatting check box. (Edit tab in 2003).
Updating style to match selection - (Added in 2010).
Enable click and type - Select this option to insert text, graphics, tables, or other items in a blank area of a document by double-clicking in the blank area. The click and type feature automatically inserts paragraphs and applies the alignment necessary to position the item where you double-clicked. This feature is available only in Print Layout view and Web Layout view. (Edit tab, "click & type" in 2003).
Default paragraph style - Select the style that is applied to text when you use click and type. (Edit tab, "click & type" in 2003).
Show AutoComplete suggestions - (Added in 2010).
Automatically switch keyboard to match language of surrounding text - (Added in 2007).
Do not automatically hyperlink screenshot - (Added in 2013)


Cut, copy, and paste

Pasting within the same document - (Added in 2007). This option displays the default behavior when you paste content into the same document from which you copied the content.
Pasting between documents - (Added in 2007). This option displays the default behavior when you paste content that was copied from another document in Word. In the drop-down list, select one of the following:
Pasting between documents when style definitions conflict - (Added in 2007).
Pasting from other programs - (Added in 2007). This option displays the default behavior when you paste content that was copied from another program. In the drop-down list, select one of the following:
Insert/paste pictures as - In line with text This option inserts the graphic in a paragraph as if it were text. The graphic moves as you add or delete text. You can drag the graphic to reposition it the same way that you drag text. (Edit tab in 2003).
Keep bullets and numbers when pasting text with Keep Text Only option - (Added in 2007). Select this option to convert numbering and bullets into text symbols.
Use the Insert key for paste - (Added in 2007). Select this option to use the INSERT key to insert the contents of the Office Clipboard into a document.
Show Paste Options buttons when content is pasted - Select this option to display the Paste Options button when you paste content. You can use the Paste Options button to override or modify the settings you make in this section of the Word Options dialog box. (Edit tab, "Show paste options buttons" in 2003).
Use smart cut and paste - Select this option to automatically adjust formatting as you paste text. This allows the format of pasted content to be adjusted automatically to match that of the destination document. After you select this check box, you can click Settings to set additional options for pasting. (Edit tab, "smart cut and paste" in 2003).
Settings - Click this to open the Settings dialog box. Use this dialog box to control spacing and formatting when merging, cutting, and pasting text. (Edit tab in 2003).


Image size and quality

Image size and quality - (Added in 2010).
Discard editing data - (Added in 2010). When an image is inserted the image dimensions get changed to fit into the document. It is possible that the image being inserted already has some information relating to editing perfomed previously. This option will remove any previous editing data. If you have made changes to a picture (eg cropping, brightness etc) the information to reverse this change is saved in the file. You can reduce the size of a file by removing this edited data.
Do not compress images in file - (Added in 2010). By default images are automatically compressed to help reduce the file size. If you want to keep the maximum picture quality then you can switch picture compression off.
Set default target output to - (Added in 2010). Allows you to control the picture resolution for all the pictures in the chosen document. The default is 220 ppi.
Properties follow chart data point - (Added in 2013)


Show document content

Show background colors and images in Print Layout view - (Document specific) Select this option to display background colors and images. (View tab, "Background colors and images" in 2003).
Show text wrapped within the document window - (Document specific) Select this option to wrap text to the document window, so that it is easier to read on the screen. (View tab, "wrap to window" in 2003).
Show picture placeholders - Select this option to display an empty box in place of each picture in your documents. This option speeds the process of scrolling through a document that contains a large number of pictures. (View tab, "Picture placeholders" in 2003).
Show drawings and text boxes on screen - (Document specific) Select this option to display objects that are created with the Word drawing tools in Print Layout view or Web Layout view. Clear this check box to hide drawings and possibly speed the display of documents that contain many drawings. Drawings will be printed even if you clear this check box. (View tab, "drawings" in 2003).
Show text animation - (Removed in 2013) Select this option to display text animations on your screen. Clear the check box to see how the text will look when printed. (View tab, "Animated text" in 2003).
Show bookmarks - (Document specific) Select this option to display bookmarks on the screen. If you assign a bookmark to an item, the bookmarked item appears in brackets ([..]). If you assign a bookmark to a location, the bookmark appears as an I-beam. The brackets and the I-beam do not appear in printed documents. (View tab, "Bookmarks" in 2003").
Show smart tags - (Removed in 2010). Select this option to display a purple dotted underline beneath text that is recognized as a smart tag. (View tab, "Smart tags" in 2003).
Show text boundaries - (Document specific) Select this option to display dotted lines around text margins, columns, and paragraphs. The boundaries are for layout purposes; they do not appear in printed documents. (View tab, "Text boundaries" in 2003).
Show crop marks - (Document specific) (Added in 2007). Select this option to display the corners of the margins. Crop marks are also known as margin marks.
Show field codes instead of their values - This is a document setting and the last change is the default next time. Select this option to display field codes instead of field results in your documents. For example, you may see { TIME @\"MMMM, d, YYYY" } instead of February 4, 2008. Clear this check box to view field results. If the document is protected this option is disabled. If protected documents are open then this setting only gets updated when you close an reopen Word (View tab, "Field codes" in 2003).
Field shading - This option displays whether and when fields are shaded. In the list, select Always or When Selected to shade your fields. Shading fields makes them easy to identify. The shading appears on the screen but not in the printed document. (View tab in 2003).
Use draft font in Draft and Outline views - (Document specific) On computers with extremely limited resources, select this option to speed the screen display of documents. (View tab, "Draft font" in 2003).
Name - Select the font to use for drafts of your documents. This option is available only when you select the Use draft font in Draft and Outline views check box. (View tab in 2003).
Size - Select the point size of the draft font. This option is available only when you select the Use draft font in Draft and Outline views check box. (View tab in 2003).
Font Substitution - Click this to open the Font Substitution dialog box. Use this option to determine whether the active document uses any fonts that are not available on your computer. If the document uses fonts that are not on your computer, you can use the dialog box to specify a substitute font. (Compatibility tab in 2003).


Display

Show this number of Recent Documents - Enter the number of items, between 1 and 50, to display in the Recent Documents list. (General tab in 2003).
Quickly access this number of Recent Documents - (Added in 2013)
Show this number of unpinned Recent Folders - (Added in 2013)
Show measurements in units of - Select the measurement unit that you want to use for the horizontal ruler and for measurements that you type in dialog boxes. (General tab, "Measurement units" in 2003).
Style area pane width in Draft and Outline views - Type a positive decimal, such as 0.5, in the box to open the style area, which displays the names of the styles applied to text. To close the style area, enter 0. (View tab, "Style area width" in 2003).
Show pixels for HTML features - Select this option to use pixels as the default unit of measurement in dialog boxes that are related to HTML features. (General tab in 2003).
Show all windows in the Taskbar - (Removed in 2013) Select this option to display an icon on the Microsoft Windows taskbar for each open window in a Microsoft Office program. Clearing this check box places a single icon for each open program on the taskbar. (View tab, "Windows in taskbar" in 2003).
Show shortcut keys in ScreenTips - Select this option to display shortcut keys in ScreenTips.
Show horizontal scroll bar - Select this option to display the horizontal scrollbar at the bottom of the document window. (View tab, "Horizontal scrollbar" in 2003).
Show vertical scroll bar - Select this option to display the vertical scroll bar at the side of the document window. (View tab, "Vertical Scrollbar" in 2003).
Show vertical ruler in Print Layout view - Select this option to display the vertical ruler at the side of the document window. Make sure that you also select the Ruler check box in the Show/Hide group on the View tab of the Ribbon. (View tab, "Vertical ruler" in 2003).
Optimize character positioning for layout rather than readability - Select this option to display character positioning accurately as it will appear in the printed document with respect to blocks of text. Spacing between characters may be distorted when this option is turned on. For best readability on the screen, turn this option off.
Disable hardware graphics acceleration - (Added in 2010).
Update document content while dragging - (Added in 2013)
Use subpixel positioning to smooth fonts on screen - (Added in 2013)


Print

Use draft quality - Select this option to print the document with minimal formatting, which may speed the printing process. Many printers do not support this function. (Print tab, "Draft output" in 2003).
Print in background - Select this option to print documents in the background, which allows you to continue to work while you print. This option requires more available memory to allow you to work and print at the same time. If working with your document while printing becomes unacceptably slow, turn this option off. (Print tab, "Background printing" in 2003).
Print pages in reverse order - Select this option to print pages in reverse order, beginning with the last page in your document. Do not use this option when you print envelopes. (Print tab, "Reverse print order" in 2003).
Print XML tags - Select this option to print the XML tags for the XML elements that are applied to an XML document. You must have a Schema attached to the document, and you must apply elements that are provided by the attached Schema. The tags appear in the printed document. (Print tab, "Xml tags" in 2003).
Print field codes instead of their values - Select this option to print field codes instead of field results - for example, { TIME @\"MMMM, d, YYYY" } instead of February 4, 2008. (Print tab, "Field codes" in 2003).
Print on front of the sheet for duplex printing - Select this option to print the front of each sheet when printing on a printer that does not have duplex capability. Pages will print in reverse order so that when you flip the stack to print on the back, the pages will print in the proper order. (Print tab, "Font of the sheet" in 2003).
Print on back of the sheet for duplex printing - Select this option to print the back of each sheet when printing on a printer that does not have duplex capability. Pages will print in ascending order so that they correspond to a stack of pages that were printed on the front in reverse order. (Print tab, "Back of the sheet" in 2003).
Scale content for A4 or 8.5 x 11" paper sizes - Select this option to automatically adjust documents that are designed for 8.5-by-11-inch paper to fit A4 paper and to adjust documents that are designed for A4 paper to fit 8.5-by-11-inch paper. This option takes affect only if the A4 or 8.5-by-11-inch paper in the printer does not match the paper size that is set on the Page Layout tab of Word. This option affects printouts only; it does not affect formatting. (Print tab, "Allow A4/Letter resizing" in 2003).
Default tray - This option displays the printer tray that is used by default. To follow the settings in your printer, select Use printer settings. To choose a particular tray, select it in the list. The choices in the list depend on your printer's configuration. (Print tab in 2003).


When printing this document

When printing this document - (Added in 2007). Select the document that these printing settings apply to. In the list, select the name of a document that is already open, or select All New Documents to make the setting apply to all documents that you will create.
Print PostScript over text - Select this option to print PostScript code when a document contains PRINT fields. (Print tab in 2003).
Print only the data from a form - Select this option to print the data that is entered into an online form without printing the form. (Print tab, "Print data only from forms" in 2003).


Save

Prompt before saving Normal template - Select this option to display, when you close Word, a message that asks if you want to save any changes that were made to the default template. Because changes to the default template will affect any new documents that you create, you may want to be alerted when the template has changed. Clearing this check box automatically saves changes without prompting you. (Save tab, "Prompt to Save Normal template" in 2003).
Always create backup copy - Select this option to create a backup copy of a document each time you save the document. Each backup copy replaces the previous backup copy. Word adds the phrase "Backup of" to the file name and applies the file extension .wbk to all backup copies. The backup copies are saved in the same folder as your original document. (Save tab in 2003).
Copy remotely stored files onto your computer, and update the remote file when saving - Select this option to temporarily store a local copy of a file that you store on a network or removable drive. When you save the local copy, Word saves your changes to the original copy. If the original file is not available, Word prompts you to save the file in another location to avoid data loss. (Save tab, "make local copy of files stored on network or removable drives" in 2003).
Allow background saves - Select this option to save your document while you work. A progress meter appears in the status bar when Word performs a background save. (Save tab in 2003).


Preserve fidelity when sharing this document

Preserve fidelity when sharing this document - Select the document that these settings apply to. In the list, select the name of a document that is already open, or select All New Documents to make the setting apply to all documents that you will create.
Save smart tags as XML properties in Web pages - (Removed in 2010) Select this option to save all of the smart tags in a document as Extensible Markup Language (XML) within a Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) file. (Save tab in 2003).
Save form data as delimited text file - Select this option to save the data that is entered into an online form as a single, tab-delimited text file in plain text format. You can then import the contents of that file into a database. (Save tab, "Save data only for forms" in 2003).
Embed linguistic data - Select this option to save linguistic data, such as speech and handwritten text. (Save tab in 2003).
Embed smart tags - (Removed in 2010) Select this option to save smart tags as part of your document. (Save tab in 2003).


General

Provide feedback with sound - Select this option to add sounds to certain actions or events in Word and other programs in 2007 Microsoft Office system. For example, Word can play a sound when it completes a process. To change the sound that is associated with an event, open the folder for sounds and audio devices in Control Panel. Your computer must have a sound card to play most sounds. (General tab in 2003).
Provide feedback with animation - Select this option to animate the movement of your pointer in Word and the other Office programs. This option also provides animated cursors for actions such as printing, saving, automatic formatting, and find-and-replace operations. (General tab in 2003).
Confirm file format conversion on open - Select this option to choose the file converter that Word uses to open files that were created in another program. Clear this check box if you want Word to select a converter automatically. (General tab, "Confirm conversion at open" in 2003).
Update automatic links at open - Select this option to automatically update any content that is linked to other files each time you open a document. (General tab in 2003).
Allow opening a document in Draft view - Select this option to be able to open a document in Draft view. (General tab, "Allow starting in Reading Layout" in 2003).
Allow background open of Web pages - Select this option to open Web page documents in the background while you work. A progress meter appears in the status bar when Word opens the page in the background. (General tab in 2003).
Enable background repagination - Select this option to repaginate documents automatically as you work. This option is available in Draft and Outline views only. Clearing this check box prevents page numbers from updating (when displayed in the status bar) until you switch to Print Layout view. (General tab, "Background repagination" in 2003).
Show add-in user interface errors - (Added in 2007). Select this option to display error messages from programs that customize the user interface. This option is especially useful for authors of software solutions, because it provides information for debugging customizations to the user interface.
Show customer submitted Office.com content - (Removed in 2013) (Added in 2010)
Mailing address - Type the address that you want Word to use as the default return address for envelopes and letters. (User Information tab in 2003).
File Locations - Click this to see the default storage location for documents, templates, and other items that you create and use in Word. In the File Locations dialog box, click the item you want to change, and then click Modify to set a new default location. The default locations for templates and the Startup folder are treated as trusted locations. If you change the location, be sure that the new folder is a secure location. (File Locations tab in 2003).
Web Options - Click this to open the Web Options dialog box. Use this dialog box to set options for using Word to create Web pages. (General tab in 2003).
Service Options - Click this to open the Service Options dialog box. Use this dialog box to set options for shared workspaces. (General tab in 2003).


Compatibility options for

Compatibility options for - Select the document that these settings apply to. In the list, select the name of a document that is already open, or select All New Documents to make the setting apply to all documents that you will create. (Compatibility tab in 2003).
Lay out this document as if created in - (Removed in 2013) Select the word-processing program that you expect to be used for opening the document. The settings in the list of Layout options change according to the word-processing program that you select. To specify your own configuration of settings, select Custom.
Layout options - Lists options for laying out the document. Select the check boxes for the options you want.


Layout Options in 2013

Add space for underlines -
Adjust line height to grid height in the table -
Balance SBCs characters and DBCS characters -
Convert backslash characters into yen signs -
Don't expand character spaces on a line that ends with Shift + Return -
Draw underline on trailing spaces -
Use line breaking rules -


Compatibility Options for 2010

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Add space for underlines - This option adds extra space for underlines.
Adjust line height to grid height in the table - When this option is turned on, the table row height snaps to the document grid. Used in East Asian text. This was previously called "Don't adjust line height to grid height in the table". In Word 2000.
Align table rows independently - When this option is not selected, centre-aligned or right-aligned non-wrapped tables are aligned as a whole without changing the relative positions of the rows. When this option is selected, the rows of a centre-aligned or right-aligned non-wrapped table are centre-aligned or right-aligned independently. For example, the right edges of the rows of a right-aligned non-wrapped table line up evenly if the right edges do not line up when the table is left-aligned.
Allow space between paragraphs of the same style in a table - (Added in 2007).
Allow table rows to lay out apart - This option determines the behavior of a non-wrapped table that is laid out on the right side of a wrapped object and extends below the wrapped object. When this option is not selected, the remainder of the table is positioned out to the right with the first part of the table. When the option is selected, the remainder of the table is allowed to slide back to the left.
Allow tables to extend into margins - This option will retain the settings of a table that is extended past the margins of a document instead of using autofit to make the table fit within the margins. This is enabled automatically for Word 2003.
Auto space like Word 95 - This option determines how lines of text break (word wrap) in an East Asian Word 95 document.
Balance SBCS characters and DBCS characters - Not used in U.S. English Word.
Combine table borders like Word 5.x for the Macintosh - If a table contains two contiguous cells whose border is formatted differently, the left-most cell is displayed with the border width of the right-most cell.
Convert backslash characters into yen signs - Not used in U.S. English Word.
Do full justification like WordPerfect 6.x for Windows - To achieve full justification, WordPerfect compresses the spaces between words while Word expands them. This often results in different line breaks and leads to different page breaks.
Don't add automatic tab stop for handing indent - This option ignores the automatic tab stop that Word 6.0 uses when creating a hanging indent.
Don't add extra space for raised/lowered characters - This option prevents Word from inserting additional space between lines to accommodate raised or lowered characters.
Don't add leading (extra space) between rows of text - This option displays text without leading between the lines. This is the same functionality that exists in Word versions 5.x for the Macintosh.
Don't allow hanging punctuation with character grid - This option prevents the use of punctuation marks in East Asian text when the character grid is enabled.
Don't balance columns for Continuous section starts - This option prevents Word from balancing columns at the end of a section or document.
Don't blank the area behind metafile pictures - This option prevents Word from obscuring any text or graphics surrounding an inserted metafile. Selecting this option decreases editing speed.
Don't break wrapped tables across pages - This option prevents a wrapped table from breaking across a page break. Note The Allow row to break across pages option has no effect in a wrapped table.
Don't center "exact line height" lines - This option changes the vertical position of text between the top of the line space and the bottom of the line space. With this option turned off, any extra space is split between the ascender and descender. With the option turned on, all the extra space goes to the descender.
Don't expand character spaces on the line ending Shift+Return - When a "justified" line of text ends with Shift+Enter, Word prevents extra spacing between words and makes the line appear as "Align Left".
Don't snap text to grid inside table with Inline objects - This option prevents Word from allowing East Asian text in a table cell to snap to the character grid when an "inline with text" object is inserted in the table cell.
Don't use Asian rules for line breaks with character grid - This option allows East Asian text to line-break the same as in earlier versions of Word when the character grid is turned on.
Don't use HTML paragraph auto spacing - If you have Auto set for Paragraph Spacing Before/After, and you turn this option on, Word adjusts Paragraph Spacing Before/After to 5 pt.
Don't adjust line height to grid height in the table - When this option is turned on, the table row height snaps to the document grid. Used in East Asian text.
Don't autofit tables next to wrapped objects -
Don't break constrained tables forced onto the page -
Don't use hanging indent as tab stop for bullets and numbering -
Don't use proportional width for Korean characters -
Don't vertically align inside of textboxes -
Don't vertically align table cells containing shapes -
Draw underline on trailing spaces - Not used in U.S. English Word.
Expand/condense by whole number of points - This option rounds the measurement of the spacing for characters with condensed or expanded spacing to the nearest whole number.
Forget last tab alignment - This option forces tab settings at the end of lines to behave the same as in Word 97.
Lay out Autoshape like Word 97 - When an AutoShape with Top & Bottom wrapping style applied appears at the bottom of a page, Word forces the AutoShape behind the text.
Lay out footnotes like Word 6.x/95/97 - This option positions footnotes as they were in earlier versions of Word.
Lay out tables with raw width - This option allows Word to determine the width of a table (table width + table indent) and prevents a table from being laid out in an area that is too small. This option prevents the table from being clipped (cut off on the sides) or pushed off the page when it is aligned next to a floating object.
Lines wrap like Word 6.0 - Not used in U.S. English Word.
Print body text before header/footer - This option prints the main text layer before the Header/Footer layer, which allows for the process of PostScript codes in the text layer, the same way that Word 5.x for the Macintosh does. (This functionality is the reverse of the default order).
Print colors as black on noncolor printers - This option prints all colors as black, instead of using grayscale (different shades of gray) when you use a printer that does not print color.
Select entire field with first or last character - This option allows you to select the entire field when you select either the first or last character of the field result. This option does not work when the field code is displayed.
Set the width of a space like WordPerfect 5.x - WordPerfect calculates the width of a space in a proportional font differently from Word. In the WordPerfect interface, this default word spacing is named WordPerfect Optimal. The Word 97 text converters can use the WordPerfect formula for spacing.
Show hard page or column breaks in frames - If a frame contains a manual, or hard, page break or column break, Word displays it.
Split apart page break and paragraph mark - (Added in 2007)
Substitute fonts based on font size - This option is used by the WordPerfect 6.x converter to make a font request based on font size first and, if a match is not found, to actually map the font.
Suppress extra line spacing at bottom of page - WordPerfect suppresses any extra line spacing from the last line on a page. For example, if line spacing is set to double, the final line on the page does not display white space below it.
Suppress extra line spacing at top of page - This option prevents Word from adding extra line spacing at the top of a page. If the line spacing for the line at the top of a page is set for more than single spacing, Word ignores the extra spacing, so that the top margin does not increase.
Suppress extra line spacing at top of page like Word 5.x for the Mac - This option prevents Word from adding extra line spacing at the top of a page. If the line spacing for the line at the top of a page is set for more than single line spacing, Word ignores the extra spacing, so that the top margin does not increase.
Suppress extra line spacing like Wordperfect 5.x - This option ensures that the layout of a converted WordPerfect document that is formatted with Automatic line height closely matches that of the original document.
Suppress Space Before after a hard page or column break - This option suppresses the space in a paragraph formatted with the Space Before option that follows a hard page break or column break.
Swap left and right broders on add facing pages - If a paragraph has a left border (not a box) and the Different Odd/Even Headers check box or Mirror Margins check box is selected, Word prints the border on the right, on odd numbered pages.
Treat \" as "" in mail merge data sources - In a data source, this option converts a delimiter composed of a backslash and quotation mark (\") to two quotation marks (" "), so that Word can recognize quotation marks.
Truncate font height - This option rounds the font size up or down, as in WordPerfect 6.x for Windows.
Use cached paragraph information for column balancing - (Added in 2007 ??)
Use larger small caps like Word 5.x for the Macintosh - This option applies small caps formatting in Word version 6.0 for the Macintosh the same way as in Word version 5.x for the Macintosh, which produces slightly larger small capital letters.
Use line breaking rules - This option controls line breaks in a Thai language document.
Use Normal style for bulleted and numbered lists - (Added in 2007) In 2003 all bulleted and numbered lists were in the Normal paragraph style. Starting in 2007 when Normal is the paragraph style the style is changed to List Paragraph when they are not linked to the Paragraph Styles.
Use printer metrics to lay out document - If this option is selected, Word uses the information from the printer driver that is installed, as in some earlier versions of Word. If this option is turned off (default), Word use built-in metrics to lay out the document. This means your document looks the same, no matter what printer driver is installed.
Use Word 2002 table style rules - This option will preserve layout compatibility of tables styles used in Word 2002. This is enabled automatically for Word 2003.
Use Word 2003 hanging punctuation rules - (Added in 2007)
Use Word 2003 indent rules for text next to wrapped objects - (Added in 2007)
Use Word 2003 kerning pair rules - (Added in 2007)
Use Word 2003 table autofit rules - (Added in 2007)
Use Word 6.x/95 border rules - This option suppresses paragraph borders when a paragraph is intersected by frames or wrapped drawing objects.
Use Word 97 line breaking rules for Asian text - This option uses Word 97 line-breaking rules for Asian text.
Wrap lines the way Word 6.0 does - (Added in 2007)
Wrap trailing space to next line - This option automatically moves any spaces that trail into the margin after a word at the end of a line to the beginning of the next line.



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