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In other WordTips you learned how you can format your text using animation effects, if you are using Word 97 or a later version. Sometimes the animation can be distracting, and you might want to see how your text will appear when printed. Rather than go back and remove all the animation effects individually, you can simply turn them all off by following these steps:
Figure 1. The View tab of the Options dialog box.
You should note that this does not remove the animation formatting from your text. Instead, it simply turns it off so you can't see it. If you select the Animated Text setting again, all your animated text will again be visible.
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