by Allen Wyatt
(last updated August 4, 2018)
Nathan noted that in Word, unlike in PowerPoint, there is no cascade functionality on the View tab of the ribbon and that arranging document windows by using the Arrange All tool can be clumsy if several documents are open. He wonders if there is a cascade tool for Word that he is missing somewhere.
Actually, the tool was dropped from Word because it is superfluous—you can cascade document windows within Windows instead of Word. You can cascade your document windows by following these steps:
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