Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Moving the Cursor with the Keyboard
Promoting and demoting a heading
After you define a heading (such as a Level 1 or Level 3 heading), you can
always change its level, such as changing a Level 1 heading to a Level 2
heading or vice versa. When you raise a heading from one level to another
(such as from Level 3 to Level 2), that’s promoting. When you lower a heading
(such as from Level 4 to Level 5), that’s demoting.
A Level 1 heading cannot be promoted because Level 1 is the highest heading.
Likewise, a Level 9 heading cannot be demoted because Level 9 is the lowest
heading.
To promote or demote a heading to a different level, follow these steps:
1. Using either the mouse or the keyboard, move the cursor to the
heading you want to promote or demote.
2. Choose one of the following methods:
• Click the Outline Level list box and click a level (such as Level 2).
• Press Tab (to promote) or Shift+Tab (to demote) the heading.
• Click the Promote or Demote arrow.
• Move the mouse pointer over the circle that appears to the left
of the heading, hold down the left mouse button, drag the mouse
right or left, and then release the left mouse button.
You can convert a heading to a Level 1 heading quickly by just clicking the
Promote to Heading 1 arrow.
Promoting or demoting a heading moves any subheadings or text attached to
the promoted or demoted heading.
Moving headings
You can move headings up or down within a document. To move a heading,
follow these steps:
1. Using either the mouse or the keyboard, move the cursor to the
heading you want to promote or demote.
2. Choose one of the following methods:
• Click the Move Up or Move Down arrow.
• Press Alt+Shift+ or Alt+Shift+ .
• Move the mouse pointer over the circle that appears to the left of
the heading, hold down the left mouse button, drag the mouse up
or down, and then release the left mouse button.
 
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