Microsoft Word has some great navigation and search features. When searching through a document, you can now see results as small snippets of text, as content in a whole page or by Headings in the Microsoft Word Navigation pane.
To Find Text
- Click on the Home tab; in the Editing group click on the Find button.
- The Navigation pane is displayed.
- Enter the word or phrase to search for.
You have three ways of viewing the results in the Microsoft Word Navigation pane.
|Browse the results from your current search||Displays the paragraph containing the text|
|Browse the pages in your document||Displays the pages containing the text|
|Browse the headings in your document||Displays the text beneath the Heading styles|
To move to a particular heading within the main document, click on it in the Navigation
The headings and subheadings are shown as a “tree” structure. Clicking on the small triangle to the left of a heading will reveal or collapse the subheadings within the heading.
To move sections in your document around , you can drag the headings in the Navigation pane.
To make a heading into a subheading, right-click on it, and click Demote.
To make a subheading into a heading, right-click on it and click Promote.
Other options available by right-clicking include adding headings, deleting headings, etc.
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