2 Ways to Change the Default Zoom Level of Your Word Document – Ways to easily grow or shrink Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more
Once you adjust Screen precisely as you want and save the document, then all formatting including zoom level is retained. But each new workbook goes to default setup, the top Left corner in Portrait view. Have no idea whether the fix is impossible to do, or lack of interest but has been the same way for years. The way I got around it, is to create two templates sized shaped and zoomed to the proper level, one for Portrait, one for Landscape. Save as separate templates and Open using the Template view and choose either portrait or landscape Template.
As long as you resave the document as an actual Excel xlsx document or not a Template , then the Template is retained unchanged for use another time. You also can create one or the other type setup and Name it as Start leaving off the extension. Then place in the Start Folder will be located somewhere in the Container files for office. Then it will always open to that view.
Someone else will have to point out exactly where that start Folder is located for Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. I actually don’t want to change the zoom level I have to work on the same excel sheets with people on PC and Mac. I searched the internet and there are many blogs, forum-posts, etc.
Microsoft as large a company as it is is perfectly capable of fixing this issue. It is corporates attitude that the wishes of the Officers and BOD to line their pockets at the sacrifice of Customers service is the ongoing problem.
The Mac when first come out people were saying it was just a flash in the pan and will never stay in business. Microsoft is one of those companies that still stick by that belief. They still have the attitude that Macs are just “play toys” and not meant to get serious work done. There are millions of Users and thousands upon thousands of Businesses that are always proving the “naysayers” wrong. Also, another wrong-headed thing they do is letting the “Bean counters” tell them customers should be compartmentalized.
That only a few customers a smaller percentage of users make up their business Then build and support should equal the numbers. Thanks, AnssiR66! This workaround appears to’ve worked for me on Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community.
This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. The window types which is how the zoom level is adjusted are different in each case, so they have to be handled differently.
If ActiveProtectedViewWindow. Allen – Re the AutoOpen macro, in what module should it be stored in order to work? I put it in an AutoOpen Module. It failed. I have successfully created this macro into my WinWord It works just fine when I am creating a new document.
But when I try to import an already created document into WW, the imported document starts the debugger. I get a Microsoft Visual Basic Dialog window that says: Run-time error ”: This command is not available because no document is open.
Then there are four options: 1. Continue 2. End 3. Debug 4. Help If I press “Continue” nothing happens. If I press “End” the dialog window goes away. How can I fix this problem? Regards, Ed Wood. I get the same as Scott R in Word , along with an error sound: Run-time error ’91’: Object variable or With block variable not set It seems to work, but the error is worrisome given that I work with big documents with lots of track changes. To enlarge the font size and thus change the layout is not a good solution when I work on a text.
Windows 10 appears to be very user-unfriendly compared with earlier versions, I regret to say it, but it is a fact. Any ideas how to fix this, since Microsoft won’t? You say, “This means that documents open at the zoom level used when the document was originally saved.
I expect this. It no longer does this in Word It now seems to have no idea what zoom level I use for each document. And I am sure Word didn’t used to do this to me and it is driving me insane.
How do I get each document to save its zoom level for the next time I open it? Incomplete advice. How do I get to the Normal template? Great assistance if one already knows what he’s doing. The problem with Office is the opposite: In Word I saved one document at , other at , and that is the zoom “saved in” the documents, so I will open each document at its specific zoom level forever until I change it before save.
The problem with Office is that now ALL documents are opened in the last zoom saved, so documents saved at , , , etc will open all at same last zoom level if it was , a document opened at that zoom but designed to be viewed at it will be awful, and vice-versa. I’m tired to search the Internet and nobody is talking about this issue, is my copy wrong? Josh: You need to use the event cal associated with opening a document.
Any suggestions? If you’ve only got one module in the project I’m not sure why that line would cause that error. You also won’t get the auto-zoom feature, but that wasn’t working for you anyway.
The second error message you are only getting because you are in “debug mode”. This is when VBA pauses the program on a bad line to let you see where the problem is. When you close Word it closes VBA, which stops the debugging mode. The warning message is just telling you that you won’t be in debug mode any more. Bryan, The list of open projects lists only “Module4. JRFry: It’s hard to say just from that error message, but you’ve probably still got some code hanging around. Look under the “normal” project to see if there are any red lines of code.
If you don’t need the module at all you can right click on it and select “Remove If there is code in the ThisDocument module you can simply highlight it all and delete it. Hope this helps. I’ve never worked with VBA before. I tried to create the macro via the “Alt 11, Insert, Module” directions above. When opening a new document, my zoom level had not changed. I assumed I was in over my head, and deleted the change I made. Oops, Scott pointed out an error in my comment!
Apparently the ActiveWindow object can’t be accessed within a sub or function in the ThisDocument module. Never mind, that error happened from following Brian’s advice.
After I put in this macro, when I open a document, I get the following error dialog box: Run-time error ’91’: Object variable or With block variable not set. The Normal template file is actually hidden behind the VBA interface.
In the top left you should see an entry for “Normal”. Click the plus sign to view the “ThisDocument” object. Double click on that and a likely blank code pane will appear. Thanks for the tip “To make the change, simply open the Normal template file directly and then create your macro, as follows:. However, the instructions assume that all readers know where to find this “Normal template”. Some readers like myself have no idea and so we must keep searching. I’m a little confused about the “open the Normal template file.
How do I create a macro here? I activated the Developer menu item but I’m not exactly sure how to create the macro you’ve indicated.
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1) finding the zoom scale at the bottom right of the screen · 2) hover the cursor over the zoom percentage (default %) · 3) click that percentage, a window. Method 1: Modify Zoom Level for Future Documents · Firstly, open Word to create a new document. · Then click “View” tab. · Next click “Zoom”. · In “.