Use the Navigation Pane to search and move around in your document

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In this course, find out how the Navigation Pane enables you to view all of your document’s headings and pages in a clear, top-to-bottom format; locate and restructure chunks of content just by dragging headings; and find all instances of specific words, phrases, or items such as figures and tables – without having to scroll through the search results.


After completing this course you will be able to:

  • Get a bird’s-eye view of document pages and headings by using the Navigation Pane, and then go to a specific section or page with one click.

  • Quickly locate, add to, and reorganize content by working with headings in the Navigation Pane.

  • Find all instances of specific text and other items such as tables without having to scroll for them, as well as replace text.

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Applies To: Word 2010

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