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Microsoft Word 2003 Document Viewing and Navigation - Easily Navigate Headings in Complex Documents

Developing a large Microsoft Word 2003 document with multiple headings and table of contents (TOC) entries? If you need to frequently jump around the document to make changes or proofread text, you may find navigating through dozens or hundreds of pages quite cumbersome. With a couple of mouse clicks, you can have Microsoft Word 2003 create a document map to the left of your current document that can show TOC entries, major headings, and more.

Click on the "View" menu and choose "Document Map". That's it.

Now, when you click on a TOC entry or a heading in the map, Word will automatically navigate to that section of the document. You can also increase or decrease the size taken up by the Document Map by positioning your mouse on the border of the map frame and resizing the window using the mouse.



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