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Setting Page Size

Since visitors to your Web site can use different screen resolutions or window sizes, you need to develop Web pages so a variety of users can view it without having to zoom in or scroll to much. You can use the Page Size command to simulate different page size to see how your pages look. The page sizes available using the Page Size command correspond to standard screen resolutions, which include 640 × 480, 800 × 600 and 1024 × 768 (all maximized).

Change the Page Size View

Change the Page Size

  • light-yellow-circle1.jpg Click the View menu, point to Page Size, and then click Modify Page Sizes.
  • light-yellow-circle2.jpg Perform the commands you want:
    • Add. Click Add, enter width, height and a description, and then click OK.

    • Modify. Select a page size, click Modify, make changes, and then click OK.

    • Remove. Select a page size, and then click Remove.

    • Reset. Click Reset to return to default page sizes.

  • light-yellow-circle3.jpg Click OK.
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