This video explains how to use the navigation pane in Microsoft Word
The navigation pane in Word is a useful tool that allows you to quickly navigate through your document, find text or objects, and reorganize your headings. Here is how to use it:

– To open the navigation pane, press Ctrl+F, or select the View tab and choose Navigation Pane .
– To browse by headings, select the Headings tab in the navigation pane. You will see a list of headings that you have applied to your document using the heading styles. You can click on any heading to jump to that section of the document. You can also collapse or expand the subheadings under each heading by clicking the arrow next to it .
– To browse by pages, select the Pages tab in the navigation pane. You will see a thumbnail image of each page in your document. You can click on any thumbnail to go to that page. The current page you are on will be highlighted in the navigation pane .
– To search for text or objects in your document, type the word or phrase you want to find in the search box at the top of the navigation pane. You will see a list of results with thumbnails and highlights. You can click on any result to see it in your document, or use the up and down arrows to browse through all the results . You can also search for specific types of objects, such as tables, graphics, equations, footnotes, endnotes, and comments, by clicking the down arrow on the right side of the search box and selecting the option you want under Find .
– To reorganize your document, select the Headings tab in the navigation pane. You can drag and drop any heading to a new location in your document. You can also change the level of a heading or add a new heading by right-clicking on it and choosing the action you want .

The navigation pane is a handy feature that can help you work with long or complex documents more efficiently and effectively. Microsoft Word tutorial.

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