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6.6. The Document Map

The Document Map doesn't actually look like a map; it looks more like a portable table of contents that's open beside you as you read. It's identical to the left-side table of contents list you might find in an Adobe Acrobat (PDF) document, if you've ever used one of those. No flipping pages—not even much scrolling (see Figure 6-12).

Figure 6-12. When you click a heading in the Document Map in the left pane, you automatically jump to that point in your document in the right pane. There's no quicker way to get from one place to another in a long document. Plus, when you click the mouse somewhere in your document, that topic is highlighted in the Document Map.



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