Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Printing Your Outline
You might want to display only high-level headings before you move part of your outline.
This enables you to see more of your outline on the screen, and you’ll have a shorter
distance to drag what you’re moving. Even if text is not displayed, subordinate headings and
body text are moved with the heading.
Restructuring Your Document in Outline View
O utline view makes it easy and fast to move sections around in a very long
document. Instead of waiting for the copy-and-paste process (which actually puts all
that content on the Clipboard), you can simply select the sections you want to move
and drag them to the new location. If you’d rather stick with keyboard shortcuts, use
Alt+Shift+up arrow or Alt+Shift+down arrow to move the selected content up or
down in the outline list.
You can also select and move multiple headings. For example, suppose that you want
to move the last 20 pages of your report to the center of your document; you can
simply select all the affected headings and move them together to the new position.
Printing Your Outline
At various stages throughout the process of viewing, editing, arranging, reorganizing, and
formatting the headings in your outline, you might want to print a copy to see how things
are shaping up. Printing is the same process whether you’re printing a long document or
just an outline. Here are the steps:
1. Switch to Outline view and then display your outline.
2. Display only those headings you want to print by using the Collapse and Expand
buttons and selecting the outline levels you want to see.
3. On the File tab, click Print. In the Print window, select your options then click OK to
print as usual.
The outline is printed as displayed on the screen.
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