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Chapter 15. Outlining: The Best Way to O... > Expanding/Collapsing Headings

Expanding/Collapsing Headings

Sometimes you want to focus on a specific section of your document and review it in much greater detail than the rest. You can double-click the Outline symbol next to any paragraph, and Word displays all the headings and body text subordinate to it. Word calls this expanding the heading. Double-click again and Word hides the subordinate contents. Word calls this collapsing the heading.

You can use the Expand and Collapse toolbar buttons on the Outlining toolbar to precisely control the detail at which you view a section of a document, so you can better understand how that section is organized, and make appropriate changes to either structure or text.


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