Display an outline at a specific level, such as only chapter-level topics in a novel outline. Print an outline to show depth only to a given another document and editing it to a certain level. Adding the Quick Print feature to the Word Quick Access toolbar.
- Detailed outlines are great for content creators,…helping launch your project fast and easy because…you've done all the organization and sequencing work.…Not everyone needs to see that work however.…So when the time comes, you can make…an abbreviated copy of the outline.…For example, you're submitting a proposal…and your publisher just wants the big picture,…perhaps chapter titles only.…To get from what you see here to an abbreviated outline,…you use the show-level tool.…If you choose level two for this outline,…you see major parts and chapters much like…a table of contents for a book.…
At this point if I print the outline,…I might get exactly what's shown here…but this trick may not work for all versions of word.…Press control p to print.…You see the full outline in print preview.…Don't worry, with the current version of Word,…only the shown topic levels print.…The hard copy shows only the levels visible…in the document window as you saw in the screen earlier.…For older versions of Word, the entire outline may print…
- Identify the problem with making assumptions about an audience.
- Recall the characteristics of a topic.
- Define narrative text.
- Explain how to transform topics to keep the audience engaged.
- Describe the appearance of levels and subtopics in a PowerPoint slide.