Navigating using styles


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Navigating using styles

As we've seen, there are so many positive aspects that utilizing styles brings to the table--and there is yet another. You can use styles to navigate with these through your document using the Navigation pane and the Outline view. Let's take a look at the Navigation pane first. Go to View > Draft. Take a look at the styles that are in use in the Style area. You can see here that Heading 1, Heading 2, Heading 3, and even Heading 4 has been applied, but the entire document has been styled.

If you don't see the Style area, I showed how to turn this on in a previous movie. Now styles must be in place in order to use the Navigation feature. Let's check the check box next to Navigation pane, underneath Show, in the Ribbon. We found that we have editing changes underneath the ARTICLE II section 2.1, (a), (i). In order to find that in the Navigation pane, you simply go down, find ARTICLE 2, 2.1 (a), and you'll see an arrow that's pointing to the right.

If you click on th...

Navigating using styles
Video duration: 5m 34s 3h 12m Intermediate

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Navigating using styles provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mariann Siegert as part of the Word 2010: Styles in Depth

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Business
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Word
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