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Chapter 21. Organizing Content with an O... > Collapsing and Expanding an Outline

Collapsing and Expanding an Outline

A collapsed outline shows the headings down to only a specific level. When you expand an outline to a specific level, you see all headings down to that level, as well as body text. You can collapse an outline all the way down so that only Level 1 headings show, or you can expand the outline all the way so that all headings and body text show. You also can expand the outline to show all headings and only the first line of each paragraph of body text.

Collapsing and expanding your outline can help you to write and edit. By collapsing your outline, you can see an overview of your entire document and can move around quickly in the outline. To move to a particular section, just collapse to the level of the heading to which you want to move, select the heading, and then expand the outline. You can also use shortcuts to move entire headings and all their subordinate headings and text to new locations in the outline.


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