Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Moving the Cursor with the Keyboard
Using Outline view
Outline view divides a document into sections defined by headings and text.
A heading represents a main idea. Text contains one or more paragraphs that
are “attached” to a particular heading. A subheading lets you divide a main
idea (heading) into multiple parts. A typical outline might look like Figure 5-4.
Within Outline view you can
Collapse headings to hide parts (subheadings and text) temporarily
from view.
Rearrange headings to move subheadings and text easily within a large
document.
Moving a heading automatically moves all subheadings and text. Instead of
cutting and pasting multiple paragraphs, Outline view lets you rearrange a
document by just moving headings around.
To switch to Outline view, click the Outline View icon at the bottom of the
document window (or click the View tab and then click the Outline icon).
Headers
Subheadings
Text
Figure 5-4:
A typical
outline
consists of
headings,
subheadings, and
text that you
can expand
or collapse
to hide
subheadings
or text from
view.
 
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