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Disable or enable hardware graphics acceleration in Word 2010

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    How to disable or enable hardware graphics acceleration in Word 2010

    A graphics accelerator is a kind of video adapter having its own processor to enhance the performance. The processor used by a video adapter specializes in computing the graphical transformations, so as to provide better results in comparison with the general purpose CPU on your computer. These processors help in reducing the CPU usage related to graphics transformations by handling them itself. By this the CPU is free to execute other system command and eventually the processing speed increases. Hardware graphics acceleration is by default enabled. You can use the options "Disable hardware graphics acceleration" to disable the graphics acceleration. Trace some steps mentioned below for disabling or enabling hardware graphics acceleration in Word 2010 to perform it yourself.

    Steps to disable or enable hardware graphics acceleration in Word 2010: -

    1. First the dialog box for "Word Options" should be invoked. To do so click on the "Microsoft Office button" then choose any one of the steps given below for opening the dialog box for "Word Options".

    a) Just after clicking the "Microsoft Office" button to open the drop down list of its sub-options, click the button labelled as "Options" from the "Word" tab in the drop down list.



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    Just after clicking the "Microsoft Office" button to open the drop down list of its sub-options, click the tab labelled as "Word" and look for the section labelled as "Microsoft Tools" in the adjacent side. From the section click on the tab labelled as "Options".



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    2. You will see that the dialog box for "Word Options" is now open. Click the "Advanced" tab located in right part of the dialog box, to invoke its related sub-options to the adjacent side within the "Word Options" dialog box. Look for the section labelled as "Display". Now within the section find the option "Disable hardware graphics acceleration" and checkbox for it. Finally click in the checkbox to mark it as checked. This will disable the hardware graphics acceleration in Word 2010.

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    You will see that the dialog box for "Word Options" is now open. Click the "Advanced" tab located in right part of the dialog box, to invoke its related sub-options to the adjacent side within the "Word Options" dialog box. Look for the section labelled as "Display". Now within the section find the option "Disable hardware graphics acceleration" and checkbox for it. Finally click in the checkbox to mark it as unchecked (i.e. cleared). This will enable the hardware graphics acceleration in Word 2010.



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    3. Click the "OK" button from of the "Word Options" dialog box to close it.



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    Now you know how to disable or enable the hardware graphics acceleration in Word 2010.

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