- Open a document called Navigating.
- This document contains
text that has been marked within Heading styles. The first line has been marked with a Heading
one style. The next line of text is
marked with a Heading 2 style.
- If you look at the
Navigation pane, displayed to the left of the document you will see this
document structure is used to display the document.
- The header 1 text
looks like this.
- The other items within the Navigation pane
are Header 2 styles. Try clicking on any
of the items within the Navigation list and as you will see you ‘jump’ directly
to that item. As you can see for documents
that have been formatted using heading styles, the navigation pane is a great
way of moving about within the document.
- You will see how
to add style information to a document in a later section.
- Close the document
without saving your changes.
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