Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Navigation pane, part of Migrating from Office 2007 to Office 2010.
…In Word 2007, we have the document map that could be…opened up on the left-hand side of the screen.…For example, displaying the different sections in your document,…content in the order that appears.…Well, here in Word 2010, we have something called the Navigation Pane.…So we're going to scroll to the top of our no-obstacles bio document here.…And just click at the top.…If you skip to this movie, open up no-obstacles bio six.…You'll have exactly what I have.…Here we do have as you can see, a title.…When we click in mission statement, we're using headings, so…we have headings throughout our document.…
And those are used in the navigation pane that will allow us…to do some cool things, like expanding and collapsing various parts of our document.…So let's go to the View tab.…And over here in the Show section, we'll click Navigation Pane.…Now, you can see over here on the left-hand side, we have a search field,…which is great.…So if we wanted to search for content, we can click in there.…We could type in something like a warranty and…
- Understanding the reasons to switch
- Customizing the ribbon
- Saving to the cloud
- Adding screenshots to files
- Understanding file formats and compatibility
- Using conditional formatting in Excel
- Saving presentations as video
- Importing Outlook contacts, calendars, email, and more
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Word 2010 Essential Trainingwith Gini von Courter8h 3m Beginner
Outlook 2010 Essential Trainingwith Karen Fredricks2h 55m Beginner
PowerPoint 2010 Essential Trainingwith David Diskin3h 24m Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Migrating to Word 2010
3. Migrating to Excel 2010
4. Migrating to PowerPoint 2010
5. Migrating to Outlook 2010
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