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Chapter 10. Outlining Documents for Clar... > Using the Document Map vs. Using the...

Using the Document Map vs. Using the Outline

You might have already discovered a Word feature that gives you a quick-look outline in a side panel along the left edge of your work area. Word’s Document Map, shown in Figure 10-1, creates a listing of headings in your document that are linked to the document so that you can use the Document Map to move easily from one part of the document to another. To display the Document Map, click the Document Map button on the Standard toolbar or choose View, Document Map.


Figure 10-1. Document Map view gives you a quick look at the way an outline develops naturally from a document. The headings are those to which you’ve applied heading styles.



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