Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Finding What You Need Quickly with the Navigation Pane
Figure 1-17 Web Layout view shows you what your document will look like as a Web
page.
Outline With this view, you can see the document in outline form, with headings
and subordinate text indented so that you can easily identify and work with sections
in a long document.
Draft This view is a fast, no-frills mode that many people prefer to use when they
need to write or edit something quickly. Note that some elements—such as headers
and footers—are not visible while you’re working in Draft view.
Finding What You Need Quickly with the Navigation Pane
An exciting new feature in Word 2010 combines the Document Map and Thumbnail
features with a powerful search tool to help you to find content you need quickly using
whatever method works best for you. On the View tab, select the Navigation Pane checkbox in
the Show group; the Navigation pane appears on the left side of your Word 2010 window
(see Figure 1-18).
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