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Entering a short story contest? Submitting a collection of poems to a publisher? Or compiling that rush report for the boss? Inevitably you need to switch things around just before the deadline.
The Navigation pane in Word 2010 lets you change the order of your document as quickly as you browse from site to site on the Web.To change the order of content sections, just drag their headings in the Navigation pane. The contents in the document are rearranged--without cutting, scrolling, pasting, and getting mixed up. And to quickly go to a section of the document, click the heading in the Navigation pane. Word takes you to that spot.Before you can swap things around in the Navigation pane, you need to apply styles to the headings--and those styles are used to create the table of contents, too.In this new Writer's Guide video, I'll show you a manuscript from start to finish--including:
-- Joannie Stangeland
Thanks for sharing, it's a very interesting video; being somewhat new to Word 2010 myself I wasn't aware of that navigation pane yet, and it looks very useful indeed! I'm going to look into that one this evening myself.
And I think I may have some useful tips for you too..
Removing a header (or footer) can be done even quicker by going to the 'Insert' tab, then select the 'header' pulldown menu in the "header/footer" section. The last option is "remove header" which could be useful here. Though I personally like your approach better myself as well since that can make sure that you don't delete a header by accident.
Still, you can easily speed up the part where you apply your new header style to the other lines. This is one of my favorite options :-)
When you have setup the first header simply select it. Now go to the Home tab and check the left side; the 'clipboard' section. There you'll find "copy/paste layout" (the brush icon in the lower right corner). Another way to select this is by right clicking the selection, then check the quick options pop-up at the top. Here the icon is located in the lower right corner as well.
Now the fun part: double-click it. This activates "layout paste mode" (that's what I call it anyway). Any text you select will immediately get the new layout applied to it. So instead of selecting text and then clicking the layout icon you can simply continue selecting headers until you're done. After that press escape and you're back to the regular mode.
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Thanks for poionting out the pull-down header menu for removing the header.
As for using the Format Painter (what we call that little brush), be careful. The Format Painter doesn't actually apply a style. It applies the same formatting (font, size, color), but it won't enable your headings to show up in the Navigation pane or in the table of contents. (At least, not when I've tried it.)
I tried launching the video in IE and Chrome, and I can't seem to get beyond the 9 second mark. Is there a problem with the video or is it on my side? We use SBS 2008.
I'm not sure about the problem with the video (it's working in IE 9 for me). You can also view it here www.microsoft.com/.../details.aspx.