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View Document Map Figure 6-6. Dragging the indent triangles to adjust the position of selected paragraphs line of the paragraph, the bottom triangle represents the body of the paragraph. There's also a single triangle on the right side of the horizontal ruler that adjusts the right indent. For more on using these elements, see Chapter 1. Set Indents with Keyboard Shortcuts Some indents can also be set through the use of keyboard short- cuts. Press Ctrl-T to create a 1 / 2 " hanging indent, Ctrl-M for a full 1 / 2 " indent, and Ctrl-Q to remove all indents (and any other paragraph formatting). You can use the shortcuts on a single paragraph by positioning your cursor in the paragraph, or on several contiguous paragraphs by selecting them with your mouse prior to using the shortcut. View View Document Map View Document Map displays the heading styles applied to major sections of a docu- ment in a navigation panel on the left side of the document window (Figure 6-7). If no heading styles are applied to document text, the panel is blank. Heading styles include the default heading styles (Heading1 and so on) or any new styles created that begin with the word "Heading." Clicking on the headings in this panel moves the display directly to that text in the document. This is an especially useful view for reading long documents and, like using Outline view, it displays a hierarchy of headings. Unlike in Outline view, Drag and Drop is not supported for rearranging headings. In addition, formatting cannot be applied to the headings listed in the Map panel. To adjust the hierarchy of your head- ings, you must work within the text panel of the document in this view. Click the plus or minus signs to expand or collapse headings that have other headings under them. Right-click any of the displayed headings in the Document Map panel to Chapter 6:View | 155