You can move headings and subordinate text up and down in a document by using the Navigator. You can also promote and demote outline levels for headings. To use this feature, format the headings in your document with one of the predefined “Heading N” (1–10) paragraph styles, or to use a custom paragraph style for a heading, choose Heading Numbering, select a number in the list, then select the style in the Paragraph Style box.
To quickly move the text cursor to a heading in the document, double-click the heading in the \<emph\>Navigator \</emph\>list.
To dock the Navigator, drag the title bar to the edge of the workspace. To undock the Navigator, double-click its frame while holding the CommandCtrl key.
Ensure that headings at all outline levels are shown in the Navigator. By default all levels are shown. See steps below how to change the outline levels that are shown.
On the Standard Bar, click the Navigator icon to open the Navigator.
On the Navigator, click the Content Navigation View icon .
Do one of the following:
Drag a heading to a new location in the \<emph\>Navigator \</emph\>list.
Click a heading in the Navigator list, and then click the or icon .
To move the heading without the subordinate text, hold down CommandCtrl while you drag or click the or icons.
Select the heading in the \<emph\>Navigator \</emph\>list.
Click theor icon .
Click theicon , and then select a number for the maximum outline level. Any heading with an outline level less than or equal to this number will be displayed in Navigator.