Answered By: Alyssa Mitchell
Last Updated: Jul 07, 2020     Views: 16815

  • For detailed instructions on this issue in Word 2013 or 2016, click here. 


    The following instructions apply to only Word 2013: 

  • When you apply heading styles to your document and hover your mouse over that heading, a gray arrow will appear to the left of the heading. This will allow you to expand or collapse all of the text under that heading. 

  • When you reopen a document it will default to expanded. To change this, click on and open the paragraph settings and check the box for collapsed by default 

  • There is a quick way to expand or collapse all headings in your document; right click on a heading > Expand/Collapse, and select Expand all Headings or Collapse all Headings. 


For a Quick 1 minute YouTube tutorial and additional information use the links below. 




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