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How to view two pages at a time in a Word document?

When browsing a Word document, you need to scroll down to view the pages one by one. Actually, Word supports viewing two pages at a time. If you need, please do as follows.

View two pages at a time in a Word document


View two pages at a time in a Word document

Please do as follows to view two pages at a time in a Word document.

1. Click View > Multiple Pages. See screenshot:

2. Then hold down the Ctrl key and scroll up with the mouse’s scroll wheel to enlarge the pages until only two pages display on the Document window.

Then you can view two pages at a time in a Word document.


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Thank you so much for this. I was into this issue Now that i have seen the way you did it, thanks guys
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I am after a way of displaying EXACTLY two pages of a document set to A5 size. I am using a 17" laptop screen. Multiple Pages gives me either 1 page when the zoom is > 85% or 3 pages when the zoom is < 85%. 
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Hi there,

Please try to click Zoom. Then select Many pages, and set it as 1 X 2 pages after clicking the button (see screenshot).

The method above should show 2 pages in your Word. However, I am not sure if you can set the size as A5 exactly.

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Not useful for widescreen 1k, 2k or 4k monitors. When we select multiple pages, in the width of a 2K monitor I need to scale to 170% to see only 2 pages, otherwise I see 3 pages at the same time, which is uncomfortable (not like a 'book'). In my old 1050p monitor I should scale only to 120% which is not the ideal, but still acceptable, in 1k monitor it is needed to scale to 125%, but 2k and forward 170 is too big, more if you have images (which scales so bad).

Is there a way to only show 2 pages whatever the scale you choose?
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Found it - under Zoom there is a "many pages" option.
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I am after a way of displaying EXACTLY two pages of a document set to A5 size. I am using a 17" laptop screen. Multiple Pages gives me either 1 page when the zoom is > 85% or 3 pages when the zoom is < 85%. It is really annoying, as I am creating a booklet and wish to see each 2 page spread laid out onscreen. Is there are way of setting it to display exactly two pages? I have searched all over and been through all the Options.
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Found it - in Zoom, there is a "many pages" option.
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this isn't what I'm looking for I wanna zoom in up 200% but see two pages at a time and its not letting me do that
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