Using the Navigation pane with styles


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Using the Navigation pane with styles

You may already be using the Navigation pane to browse pages or find text strings in your document, but you ain't seen nothing yet, because when you work with document structured using Styles, you can turn loose the real power of the Word 2010 Navigation Pane. In chapter 1, we took a look at two of the tabs, the Find tab and the Browse Pages tab here in the Navigation pane. But in a well-formatted document, that is a document that uses Styles, we add two new capabilities to the Navigation pane.

First, the Browse by headings tab will have some content. So if you're searching, you can see three different things. You can see the text in context, pages, and sections. So let's look, for example, for the word "probation." We'll find here when we browse the text by context, that we find 13 different matches. We can go to any of them. We find that this text is listed on a handful of pages: 4, 5, 7, 9 and so on.

But unless you've memorized the contents of every page in...

Using the Navigation pane with styles
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Using the Navigation pane with styles provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Word
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