Many people—perhaps most—only use Word for traditional word-processing tasks, such as writing letters, memos, and the occasional report. However, Word also has a host of ancillary features and capabilities that you may occasionally find useful. In this chapter, you’ll learn to do the following:
Use Outline View to create outlines
Use Notebook Layout View to help organize your thoughts
Design catalogues, menus, newsletters, and other complex publications in the new Publishing Layout View
Most of us remember creating outlines in high school or college. Sometimes it was because we were forced to do so as part of an assignment. Other times it was because we found them a useful means of organizing ...