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Hello and welcome to VisiHow. Steps 1 The first thing you need to do is switch to the outline view. This will return me to the normal view.
So if you want to switch quickly to the outline view you would use Alt Ctrl O. Advertisement Was this step helpful? Why do we use the Outline View? We use the Outline View because it allows us to organize information into compact areas making it easier to structure info and ideas.
It is kind of like organizing your thoughts. As you can see here I have two titles, James and Tom. This is a way of compiling information. I can put a heading and a sub-heading.
Now you can see that you are able to organize this information in quite a simple way. Was this step helpful? One thing we can do is we can create a new heading.
To do that we promote and demote this dot here, the paragraph. Now you can see the circle is bigger, implying that it is more important than the smaller circle. So the big circle is the topic, and the smaller circle is the sub-topic. Now I can create a topic. If I click enter, you can see it has made another topic.
If you want to promote the paragraph you use Alt Shift Left. Now we can write about Roger. Some innovative, some banal. Again, if you want to create a new topic, you can promote it using Alt Shift Left arrow.
Now we can talk about Sally, and then we need to denote this again using Ctrl Shift N. As you can see this is a way of compiling information and making it easier than having a lot of text everywhere. Yes No I need help 7 Another thing you can do to make it even easier, is to shrink the text to compact it.
You can compact everything underneath the heading. To do this, we can press Alt Shift Minus. The cursor needs to be on the name for us to do this.
Yes No I need help 9 This way, when you want something, you can just go to the name you want to expand and press Alt Shift Plus. We can do this with James, Tom, Roger and Sally. Yes No I need help 10 You can also move selected paragraphs up and down. If you want to highlight a paragraph using Hotkeys, make sure the cursor is in the right place and press shift and use the arrow keys to select the text.
We can move this where ever we require if it has become more important or we need to restructure our ideas or information. This will bring up the different styles if you want to make a different heading.
For example Heading 1 could be Names, and Heading 2 could be Ideas. This is a way to differentiate between one heading and another heading. Underneath it we want to denote it using Ctrl Shift N.
No ideas right now. We can promote this to Debates. We can put Vigorous. Yes No I need help 15 This is a good example of what to do. Using this system you can still see that everything is nicely tucked away.
Everything is organized and when you want to open it again to examine it, make sure the cursor is next to the name, and to expand the text under the heading press Alt Shift Plus.
Yes No I need help 16 So as you can see, Outline View can be very useful for helping you to organize concepts and ideas.May 24, · Is there a downloadable template, or something I can use, to help me create the standard outline format?
This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. May 17, · I am using Word that comes with my Office I regularly paste photos into cells in a word document template that I use every day, and then write a description in a neighboring cell.
In Word, outlines are also called multilevel lists. The following steps show how to write a new outline from scratch. If, instead, you want to view an existing document in outline form, read Use Outline view to manage headings and arrange text..
Click Home and, in the Paragraph group, click the arrow next to Multilevel List. Oct 10, · How to create numbered headings or outline numbering in your Microsoft Word document.
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