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OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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Moving quickly through a document

The Navigator provides several convenient ways to move around a document and find items in it:

  • To jump to a specific page in the document, type its page number in the box at the top of the Navigator.
  • When a category is showing the list of objects in it, double-click on an object to jump directly to that object’s location in the document.
  • To see the content in only one category, highlight that category and click the Content View icon. Click the icon again to display all the categories. You can also change the number of heading levels shown when viewing Headings.

  • Use the Previous and Next icons to jump to other objects of the type selected in the Navigation toolbar. (See below for details.)
Image:Tip.pngObjects are much easier to find if you have given them names when creating them, instead of keeping OOo’s default graphics1, graphics2, Table1, Table2, and so on—which may not correspond to the position of the object in the document.
Image:documentation_note.pngA hidden section (or other hidden object) in a document appears gray in the Navigator, and displays the word “hidden” as a tooltip.

OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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