Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Viewing a Document in the Navigation Pane
Different Ways to
View Your Work
Figure 1-9:
Your options for viewing a document appear on the
left side of the View tab. The tiny illustration on each
button gives you an idea of what the view looks like.
Viewing a Document in the Navigation Pane
New to Word 2010 is the Navigation pane, which provides a high-level map of your
document. To turn on the Navigation pane, click View (Alt, W). In the ribbon’s Show
section, turn on the Navigation Pane checkbox. This opens the Navigation pane on
the left side of your screen, as shown in Figure 1-10.
Outline view in the Navigation pane
If your document has headings to introduce sections and subsections, click the
Navigation pane’s Outline tab to see just those headings in the pane, as shown in Figure
1-10. Each heading is a button you can click to jump to that section in your
document. It’s a fast way to find your way through a long document.
Figure 1-10:
The Navigation pane
helps you find what
you’re looking for
with a high-level view
of your document. In
Outline view (shown
here), click any
heading to jump to
that section in the
document. To close
the Navigation pane,
click its upper-right X
or turn off the View
tab’s Navigation Pane
checkbox.
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