In a previous post I had mentioned about the Read Mode available within Microsoft Word. Post which you can read here. What did Read Mode do? Utilities such as the toolbar, the ribbon and the scrollbars disappear from view unless we need them. Now we have available the Focus Mode. By using it, it enhances our Document viewing experience by hiding all the toolbars, removes all the distractions and it allows us to concentrate and focus on the content of our Document.
In the image below, I have my Word Document open and I need to concentrate on the details considering my Resume and not to bother with all the commands and anything else that grabs my attention. What can I do? This is where the Focus command appears.
Once selected, all the Toolbars are hidden and only the Ruler and the Scroll Bar appears. Also a dark background covers the area around our Document. This way we can concentrate on the content of our document. No more distractions, and we can only pay attention and concentrate on what really matters, which in this case is our Document.
Another way to locate the Focus command is to select the View tab, and from the left of the ribbon and under the Immersive area we select the command Focus as shown in the image below.
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