Microsoft released several versions of Microsoft Office. Most commonly found Microsoft Office 2003, Microsoft Office 2007 and Microsoft Office 2010. The first is the simplest, and in many respects more convenient than the older version. Text editor from Office 2007 is already very different from the 2003 version of the interface, to understand its settings more difficult. To work with the 2010 version it will be easier for users already familiar with Word 2007.
If you are working in Word 2003, to remove the page numbering is the easiest way: click the page number twice with the mouse, you will select the header. After that, another click of the mouse select the page number and press Del. The room will be deleted. Again, double-click the mouse anywhere in the text, the selection of the header will be cancelled. The page numbers will disappear throughout the text.
When working in Word 2007 and Word 2010 to remove page numbers go to: Insert - header & Footer "page Number". In the displayed list of commands, select "Remove page numbers". Works and the variant described just above for Word 2003.
If you work a lot with texts, it is important to correctly configure the operating system and editor options. Check to see if you have the ClearType option, it greatly improves the display of text on LCD screens. To do this, open "start" - "control Panel", select "ClearType tuning". If necessary, start the configuration wizard and follow the prompts.
In the settings of the text editor set the minimum time an automatic save one minute. It will not lose the text in the event of a disruption in the power or system failure.
Adjust the font to make the text easy to read and does not tire the eyesight. The most often used Times New Roman font size of 12 points. Depending on the screen size and set resolution, set the desired scale. For example, if the standard 100% zoom, the text looks too small, in Word 2003, open: "View" - "Zoom" and set the desired value. In Word 2007 and 2010 click on the slider in the lower right corner of the screen to the desired position.