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The Print Preview dialog shows an image representing how the current document would appear if printed. This dialog shows a series of pages, complete with margins, header, and footer. The 'File > Print Preview...' menu option can be used to access the Print Preview dialog.

When the mouse cursor is positioned over the document, the cursor will change to a magnifying glass. Click the left mouse button to zoom into medium-resolution mode and click again to zoom into high-resolution mode. Clicking the mouse a third time will return to low-resolution mode. Note that the Zoom In and Zoom Out icons (located at the top-right of the dialog) can also be used to change the zoom factor.

A text field at the top of the dialog shows the current page number and the total number of pages (indicated as 'Page <current> of <total>'). A value can be typed into the page number text field to jump to a particular page. Clicking the Next Page or Previous Page icons (the left and right arrows) will view the next or previous page in the document respectively. The First Page or Last Page icons (the left and right arrows with a vertical bar) will view the first or last page in the document respectively. The mouse wheel can also be used to scan through the pages to print.

Clicking the 'Print...' button will show the Print Dialog that can be used to send the document to the printer (see Printing for more information). The Cancel button will close the current dialog. Finally, the Page Setup... button will display the Page Setup dialog that is used to configure the margins, font, headers, and orientation for the document (see Page Setup for more information).

Related Topics:
Page Setup

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