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Browsing by Headings
You can also use the Navigation pane to make some big changes to your document—it’s
not just for navigation alone—by moving sections from one place to another; deleting or
adding sections and pages; or changing the heading levels to better it your content needs.
10 Ways to Use the Navigation Pane
T he Navigation pane enables you to easily move from one point to another in your
document, but you can also use it to perform the following tasks:
Ensure your headings are parallel in structure (your editor will love you)
Double-check that you’ve covered all the sections you wanted to include
Review the way your document is organized
Eyeball the layout of your pages to ensure the look is inviting an easy to read
Ensure you’re working with the right version of the document (by scanning for
late changes or remaining review comments)
Search for phrases to ensure that you’ve spelled product names correctly
Ensure that you haven’t overused a term or phrase
Do a quick inventory of all the images you’ve used in your document
Ensure that your table styles are consistent throughout the document
Highlight all occurrences of a specific item you want to check
Browsing by Headings
The first tab, which displays the name Browse The Headings In Your Document when you
hover the mouse over it, displays all the headings that you’ve formatted using the Heading
styles in your document. This display appears by default when you first open the
Navigation pane.
For more information about working with styles, see Chapter 12, “Applying and Customizing
Quick Styles.”
By default, all levels of headings are visible. To change the level of headings that are shown,
right-click a heading, point to Show Heading Levels, and click the heading level you want
to display, as shown in Figure 8-3.
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