Centered text typing in Microsoft Word 2013

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Microsoft Word
page scroll
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Hello! I have been stumped as how to ask this question and search for its answer online, so let me see if I can explain. Normally when typing in Word, the page you're working on will remain static while you type. Until you get to the bottom of the page, that is, and then Word scrolls the page, from the bottom, one line at a time to keep pace with your newest writing.

I find this very distracting to constantly have to look at the very bottom of the page when I'm adding new information. Is there a way (easy or hard, doesn't matter) that would allow me to continually see my new text in the center of the page while I type? In other words, is it possible to format Word so that the page scroll keeps pace with my typing from the center of the page, not the bottom?

I'd really appreciate any clarification or guidance. Thank you!


Software/Hardware used:
Microsoft Word 2013

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