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I am doing documents in MS Word 2003. The text is staying at the bottom of the page, only advancing up one line at a time. I am a very fast typist and would like the text to go up to the middle of the page, so that I can look at the new lines of type several at a time.

Any suggestions??
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Does pressing the enter key a few times to show more of the page help, or pressing the enter key then typing a number then moving back up the document keep the page showing between the top of the document and the typed number
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Pressing the enter key a few times does move it up, but it takes me extra time to do that, and it's only good for that particular page. I'll try the number thing and see if that does it.

Thanks for your help!

Jennifer
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I use word 2000 and it doesn't have that problem. I'm kind of dumbfounded.
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I have Word 2003 and it does not have this issue, maybe pressing help then detect and repair might do it
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