Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Click the Show button on the Formatting toolbar and then click the level
of detail you want to leave open in the entire outline, as shown in Figure
5-6. (For example, you can click Outline Level 1 for only the highest level
in the outline to show the fewest details.) Figure 5-6 also shows the
location of the Hide Subtasks and Show Subtasks buttons on the Formatting
toolbar.
If you don’t want to see plus and minus outlining symbols, you can remove
them from all views by deselecting the Show Outline Symbol option on the
View tab in the Options dialog box.
When a summary task has a plus sign next to it, you can select the summary
task and do one of three things:
Click the plus sign to display one level of subtasks.
Click the Show Subtasks button on the Formatting toolbar to display one
level of subtasks for the selected summary.
Click the Show button on the Formatting toolbar and click the level of
the outline you want to reveal for the entire outline.
Show Subtasks
Hide Subtasks
Figure 5-6:
Choose
whatever
level of
detail you
want to see
from this
drop-down
list.
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