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How to work with two WORD documents side-by-side


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Would someone please remind me how to open and work with two WORD2003 documents on one screen?
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For Word 2003 I can't say (never used it), but for Word 2007 do this:

First open each document in two separate instances of Word.
Then, in either document window, click on the "View" tab, then click "View Side by Side" in the toolbar ribbon.
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PC: Thanks. Those steps work for Word2003 too.
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