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Creating sections in Word 2010

Posted on 2011-09-09
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In Lotus Notes it is possible to create sections with a 'twistie' that will allow a section to be expanded and collapsed. My question is can this be done in Word 2010 and, if so, how?
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The outline view has the nearest thing to the Notes twistie.

It depends on each Heading paragraph style having an outline level. It is a display-only facility; the view cannot be printed.
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