Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Throughout this topic, you may see command shortcuts such as Insert ➪ Header & Footer ➪ Header. These Ribbon
tab name ➪ group ➪ command sequences help you navigate through the Ribbon to i nd and choose the appropriate
command. When referencing contextual tabs, where the i rst part of the tab name appears on an upper row and the
subtab name appears on the lower row along with the normal tabs, an arrow will also appear between the upper part
of the contextual tab name and the subtab, as in Picture Tools ➪ Format. After the i rst mention in a chapter, the text
may refer to the contextual tab by its subtab name only, that is, Format rather than Picture Tools ➪ Format.
Along with the default set of main tabs, additional context-sensitive or contextual tabs or
subtabs appear depending on what you are working on in the document. For example, if you
change to Outline view, the Outlining toolbar, with commands for changing outline levels
and more, automatically appears to the left of the Home tab. In other instances, a
contextual tab might appear when you select part of a document or an object such as a table. For
example, if you choose Insert ➪ Header & Footer ➪ Header in Word 2013 and insert a header
from the Header gallery, the Header & Footer Tools
Design contextual tab appears, as
shown in Figure 2.5.
When you work with the header in Word, the Header & Footer Tools
Design contextual tab
and its commands appears.
part or object