How to Use Your Word Processor
Using the Split-Window Tool
Microsoft Word allows you to split your document so that you can view different parts of it at the same time. This is useful, for instance, when you want to ensure that you are referring to a particular concept in the same way throughout your document. You can place a section of your document containing your first reference to the concept in the top window and check the rest of the document against it.
To use the split-window view in Word, click on the WINDOWS > SPLIT menu command or drag the small bar at the top of the scroll bar downwards. A draft version of Chapter 1 of The Bedford Researcher is shown below, with page two in the top window and page eight in the bottom.