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Chapter 10. Outlining Documents for Clar... > Choosing the Way You Want Your Outli...

Choosing the Way You Want Your Outline Displayed

Working in Word’s Outline view enables you to customize the display so you see only the heading levels you want to work with. For example, you might want to see only the first-level heads in your outline so that you can check that all your most important topics are covered. Or perhaps you want to see every level, to check the completeness of the subtopics. You can easily move back and forth between various outline displays by using the buttons on the Outlining toolbar.

Displaying Different Levels of Text

You can easily control how much of the outline you want to see. If you want to limit the display of your outline to only Heading 2 levels, for example, you click the Outline Level arrow to display the list of levels. Click Show Level 2 to display every level down to and including level 2, as shown in Figure 10-5.



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