Show ruler in word 2010 mac
Bob Jones AKA: CyberTaz Replied on July 7, That isn't the type of program Word is. Accordingly, there are no guides of the type you're looking for unless you work in a Publishing Layout document.
In a Pub document all text must be in text boxes. That imposes feature restrictions which can be severe depending on the nature of the document [e. If you're looking to create something such as a newsletter or brochure you might want to familiarize yourself with: Create a custom flyer Lay out a newsletter in publishing layout view. Very counterintuitive and annoying Any help is appreciated. This thread is locked.
Show or hide the ruler
You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Stefan Blom Replied on March 7, Volunteer Moderator. In reply to Bethany Rogers's post on March 7, If not, you can run the following macros to display the rulers whenever a document is opened or created: Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply?
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Greg Maxey Replied on March 7, As reported by Suzanne Barnhill and others, Microsoft's take on this is that text boundaries are " a feature that was never supposed to be a feature," "a window into the internals of word" that should probably never have been exposed to users.
The feature " just draws a border around [Word's] internal drawing rectangles," and those have now changed with the switch to a hardware-accelerated display. So Word "is doing precisely what it has always done drawing borders around internal data structures.
For those interested, here is a link to a lengthy discussion of this change with workarounds: If you feel that Microsoft should change these back, here is a page where you can let them know. It has been "under consideration" since More votes won't hurt. Page views since 23 November