Learn how to enable the navigation pane from the ribbon and use it to not only navigate your documents by headings and pages, but also to search for content and reorganize parts of your document by dragging headings up or down the list.
- [Instructor] In this week's Word tip,…we're going to explore the navigation pane.…Which can be used to, yes, navigate your document.…You can go from section to section, page to page.…You can search for things with the navigation pane.…But you can also reorganize your document…quickly and easily using the navigation pane.…And we're going to do that with this file.…Best of Landon Hotel guide zero one five.…You'll find this in the exercise files if you have them.…And if you don't, try following along…with one of your own files.…Notice, this one's eight pages.…
You'll need a multi page document.…And as we scroll past the cover page…and the table of contents,…you can see we actually have some images and headings.…Headings are very important when navigating your document.…You'll notice the little arrows next to them…allow you to collapse and expand the different sections…under those headings which allows you…to focus on specific areas.…That's great in your document.…But they're also used in the navigation pane.…Which can be enabled by going up to the view tab.…
Skill Level Intermediate
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