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The Document maps in Word 2007 provides easy navigation in long documents. You can jump around your document by headings or pages. It also provides a bird’s-eye view of your document’s structure.

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Recently, we showed you how lớn use the navigation pane in Word 2010. It is similar to lớn the Document maps in Word 2007. Several features were added to the Navigation Pane in Word 2010, such as a Find tab & the ability to lớn reorganize your document by dragging and dropping headings.

However, the Document bản đồ in Word 2007 is still useful. This article shows you how to use it to navigate your document and to view your document’s structure and how you can change the style of the Document map outline.

NOTE: to make full use of the Document Map, you must format the headings in your document using the built-in headings styles. The document outline on the Document maps is generated using the built-in headings in your document.

To view the Document Map, click the View tab on the ribbon và select the Document Map check box in the Show/Hide group.


A pane displays on the left side of the Word window. By default, the Document maps displays. Click on any heading in the outline to quickly jump to lớn that section of your document.

You can also view a collection of thumbnails of all the pages in your document. To vị this, select Thumbnails from the drop-down danh mục at the vị trí cao nhất of the Document maps pane.

A collection of thumbnails representing all the pages in your document displays in the Document bản đồ pane. Click on a page khổng lồ quickly jump to that page.

NOTE: You can also expand or collapse the headings using the plus và minus signs to lớn the left of the headings.

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You can resize the Document bản đồ pane by moving your cursor over the border between the pane & your document until it looks lượt thích the cursor in the image below và says Resize. Click and hold on the border & drag it lớn the left or right lớn make the pane narrower or wider.


Unfortunately, the Document maps context menu does not provide a way to lớn change the formatting of the Document maps outline. However, you can change this formatting by changing the Document maps style. To bởi this, click the Styles dialog box launcher button in the Styles group on the trang chủ tab. You can also press alt + Ctrl + Shift + S.

The Styles window displays. Click the Manage Styles button at the bottom of the Styles window.

On the Edit tab, on the Manage Styles dialog box, scroll in the Select a style to edit box until you find the Document maps style. Select it & click Modify.

Select the desired formatting options on the Modify Style dialog box. Use the Format button lớn access more options khổng lồ set. Click OK when you are finished changing the formatting. You are returned khổng lồ the Manage Styles dialog box. Click OK lớn close it.

To close the Styles window, click the X button in the upper, right corner of the window.

NOTE: In Word 2007, the Document bản đồ sometimes displays the outline of the headings in tiny, unreadable type. This is a known bug. However, there is a workaround. The solution is khổng lồ switch lớn Outline View & then back again. To do this, click Outline in the Document Views group on the View tab. Then, click Close Outline View on the Outlining tab.


Besides allowing you easy navigation within your document, the Document map also tells you where you are in your document. As you scroll through your document using the scroll bar or the Page Up and Page Down keys, the Document map highlights the current heading.



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