Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Scan Document Content
Scan Document Content
If you are working with a very long document, using the scroll bar on the right side of the screen
or the Page Up and Page Down keys on your keyboard to locate a particular page in that document
can be time-consuming. To rectify this, you can use the Navigation pane to navigate through a
document. This pane can display all the headings in your document or a thumbnail image of each
page in your document. You can then click a heading or a thumbnail image in the Navigation pane to
view the corresponding page.
Scan Document Content
Navigate Using Headings
Note: To navigate using
headings, your document must
contain text styled with heading
styles. See Chapter 6 for details
on styles.
1 Click the View tab.
2 Select Navigation Pane
changes to
The Navigation pane appears.
A Heading1 styles appear at the left
edge of the Navigation pane.
B Word indents Heading2 styles
slightly and each subsequent
heading style a bit more.
C This icon ( ) represents a
heading displaying subheadings;
you can click it to hide
D This icon ( ) represents a heading
that is hiding subheadings; you can
click it to display the subheadings.
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