Changing Your Outline

Once you have all the heading levels the way you want them, you might decide that you want to move some of your outline topics around. That’s one of the biggest benefits of using Outline view—you can easily see which topics fit and which don’t, or which topics would work better somewhere else.

Expanding and Collapsing the Outline

The symbols in the Outline window give you clues about what, if anything, is subordinate to the level displayed in the outline. You can use these symbols (introduced in Table 9-1) to alternately display and hide sections and subsections in your document.

You’ll find two easy methods for expanding and collapsing the topics in your outline. You can double-click the plus sign to the left of the heading ...

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