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Key Points

  • If you are collaborating on a large document with other people, you can split the document by creating a master document and subdocuments. You can then work on the subdocuments independently of each other.

  • You can quickly navigate to specific points in a document using bookmarks and cross-references. You can use bookmarks to flag information you might want to look up later, and you can use cross-references to quickly jump to related information.

  • You can use a table of contents to provide an overview of the topics covered in a document and to let readers navigate quickly to a topic. You can format the table of contents by selecting a predefined format or by changing individual table of content styles.

  • You can create an index of key concepts, words, and phrases. After marking the entries you want, you use the Index and Tables command to tell Word to compile the index.

  • Word keeps track of summary information such as word and character count, and you can also have Word calculate readability statistics for a document.

  • You can attach summary information, such as a subject, keywords, and comments to a document by entering it in the Properties dialog box. You can tell Word to summarize the content of a document by using the AutoSummarize feature. The AutoSummarize results can be inserted in the document as an abstract or executive summary.


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