Discover A Nice Tool - Word Document Map!
A Word Document Map
is useful when navigating a large document. It displays a list of headings in your document in a separate left hand pane of the screen. When you use this feature, Word will create a list based on its heading styles (Heading 1, Heading 2, and so on). The headings must be formatted using one of the built-in heading styles.
When you click on any of the headings in the map, Word will quickly jump to the corresponding heading in the document. The Document Map is to assist you when you are working on your document.
To enable the Document Map Open a Word document that already being formatted using the heading styles.From the View menu, click Document Map. Here are the example:
To navigate a document with the Document MapOpen a Word document that already being formatted using the heading styles.From the View menu, click Document Map.To display all headings at a specific level or higher, right-click a heading in the Document Map, and then click a number on the. For example, click Show Heading 3 to display heading levels 1 through 3.To collapse or expand the subordinate headings under an individual heading, click the minus (-) or plus (+) sign next to the heading.To close, click the Document Map from the View menu again.
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