Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Moving the Cursor with the Keyboard
If you collapse a heading before moving it, you can move any subheadings or
text underneath that heading.
Creating text
Text can consist of a single sentence, multiple sentences, or several
paragraphs. Text always appears indented underneath a heading (or subheading).
To create text, follow these steps:
1. Move the cursor to the end of a heading or subheading.
This is the heading (or subheading) that your text will be attached to if
you move the heading (or subheading).
2. Press Enter.
Word creates a blank heading.
3. Click the Demote to Body Text button (or click in the Outline Level list
box and choose Body Text).
Word displays a bullet indented underneath the heading you chose in
Step 1.
4. Type your text.
Collapsing and expanding headings and subheadings
If a heading or subheading contains any subheadings or text underneath, you
can collapse that heading. Collapsing a heading simply hides any indented
subheadings or text from view temporarily. Expanding a heading displays any
previously hidden subheadings or text.
To collapse a heading along with all subheadings or body text underneath it,
double-click the plus icon that appears to the left of the heading.
If you just want to collapse the subheading or body text immediately
underneath a heading, choose one of the following:
Move the cursor anywhere in the heading you want to collapse, and then
click the Collapse button.
Press Alt+Shift++ (plus sign key).
To expand a collapsed heading to reveal all subheadings and body text,
double-click the plus icon that appears to the left of the heading.
If you just want to expand the subheading or body text immediately
underneath a collapsed heading, choose one of the following:
 
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