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            1. File menu commands

              1. New Borehole command (File menu and Toolbar) 

              2. Open Borehole command (File menu and Toolbar)  

              3. Save Borehole command (File menu and Toolbar) 

              4. Save Borehole As command (File menu)

              5. Open Trace command (File menu and Toolbar) 

              6. Trace Manager command (File menu)

              7. Close All Traces (File menu)

              8. Print command (File menu and Toolbar) 

              9. Print Sample Labels (File menu)

              10. Print Preview command (File menu)

              11. Print Setup command (File menu)

              12. Page Setup command (File menu)

              13. Exit command (File menu)

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Print Preview command (File menu)

Use this command to display the active document as it would appear when printed. When you choose this command, the main window will be replaced with a print preview window in which one or two pages will be displayed in their printed format. The print preview toolbar offers you options to view either one or two pages at a time; move back and forth through the document; zoom in and out of pages; and initiate a print job.