Microsoft Word is the most useful and used component of the Office suite. In Word, almost all the designing works can be accomplished without depending on other Office components. It has the capability to display documents is a number of ways, double size, Print Preview, Full Screen, Web Layout and many more. Sometimes, this feature may strike back the Word document leading to Microsoft problems of unexpected genre. When switching between different views, the document may become blurred in some views.
Word enables the users to zoom in and out of the document. This feature is helpful especially when adding some objects or shapes that need extreme precision. Users can zoom in, check the details of the added objects, and confirm the same. However, when zooming out 25 or 50% of the original size, you may get hit by a whole new range of Microsoft problems. It is impossible for Microsoft to focus on the complicate and delicate details of the object or the document as a whole. Hence, a blurry version of the entire document is displayed, smaller than the actual physical size.
Print Preview is the view used to check the alignment, orientation and layout of the document page to be printed. This view helps the user to check and correct the margins and page breakers. In Print Preview, zooming is possible. The maximum zooming limit in Print Preview interface is 75%. So, anything beyond this limit may lead to Microsoft problems.
When the user performs routine actions like clicking the Open button for opening existing documents or inserting images, a dialog box opens. When such a dialog box is in the active window or when the action is in process, the rest of the system screen goes blurry and dark. This indicates that the user cannot perform any other action before completing the dialog box action.
If the blurry problem of Word cannot be classified into any of the above mentioned reasons, then it should be an issue with the monitor. If monitor has any damage, it may cause the blurry display. First open some other application or program and see if the display is still blurry. If it is, check for the monitor connectivity. Unplug and re-plug the monitor. If that did not fix the problem, you may need to replace the monitor with a new one.