|10 Oct 2010||#1|
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Word 2010 Navigaion Pane
The Word 2010 (& 2007) navigation pane has the ability to list headers in the document, allowing one to browse the doc by clicking on a given header. Sort of a 'sidebar' TOC, if you will. Those of you familiar with Word will know what I'm talking about.
I often copy and paste information I want to keep and access from technical forums. The problem is that the data copied from the forums (including this one) are in tables. I like the format, but find that the nav pane will not recognize headers placed within the table. Trying to shrink or move the table to create a heading outside of it does not work well (mangles the formatting). Copying only the text makes the doc difficult to read.
Can anyone tell me how to get Word to recognize headers (and show up in the Nav Pane) within a table? Workarounds welcome.
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