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Using Microsoft Word 2010 by Mike Miller, Tim Huddleston

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21. Adding Components That Work Only on the Screen

Some of Word’s coolest features work only on your computer screen. But that’s no reason to ignore them. This chapter introduces powerful navigation tools that work only when a document is open in the Word window, including hyperlinks, bookmarks, and cross-references.

Word enables you to add all kinds of goodies to your documents. Most of them involve formatting that makes those pages look great (fonts, pictures, color, and more), but others make your pages easier to read and navigate (such as indexes, tables of contents, and so on). If you use all these tools wisely, your readers will be impressed, and the boss may even give you a pat on the back.

But some of Word’s coolest features don’t do ...

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