Using the Navigation Pane and Creating Lists in Word 2016

End users at all levels, including those who have little or no familiarity with Microsoft Word and more experienced Word users who want to learn about the new interface and features in Word 2016.


Expected Duration
30 minutes

In Microsoft Word 2016, the Navigation pane makes it easy to find and navigate to specific content. In this course, you’ll learn about the options it provides for finding and replacing specific items or attributes in a document. You’ll also learn how to create professional-looking bulleted, numbered, and tabbed lists in Word 2016 documents. This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers Microsoft Word 2016 for beginners.


Navigating a Document

  • start the course
  • use the Navigation pane to create interactive outlines and to navigate to specific content in a Word 2016 document
  • find and replace specific content in a Word 2016 document
  • use the Go To feature to move to specific parts of a Word 2016 document
  • highlight all instances of specific text in a Word 2016 document
  • search an entire Word 2016 document or specific parts of it for particular text
  • replace font attributes throughout a document in Word 2016

Creating Bulleted and Numbered Lists

  • create bulleted lists using predefined or custom symbols and layout in Word 2016
  • create numbered lists, using predefined or custom formats, in Word 2016
  • create and modify multilevel lists in Word 2016

Working with Tabbed Lists

  • create tabbed lists in Word 2016 and choose whether to show document markers and hidden elements
  • create a tabbed list using different tabs and set tab positions and leaders in Word 2016
  • remove, replace, or reset tabs in Word 2016

Practice: Using the Navigation Pane and Lists

  • navigate to specific content, find and replace fonts, and create tabbed and multilevel lists in Word 2016





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