Word 2016 – Navigation Pane Tutorial – How To Show, Use, Hide, Headings in Microsoft MS Office 365

This tutorial shows you how to use the Navigation Pane in Microsoft Word 2016. I cover everything that you’ll need to know for the headings section of the navigation pane including how to modify heading styles, customizing styles, and renaming styles. This tutorial is intended for beginners who’d like to learn more about how to use Microsoft Office 365.

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Windows 10:
Perform Basic Mouse Operations
Create Folders
Explore the Windows 10 Desktop, Taskbar, and Start Menu
Select Multiple Files and Folders
Download a File From a Website
Use File Explorer to Access OneDrive and Upload Student Data Files
Capture an Image of the Entire Screen
Explore the Control Panel and the Settings App
Personalize the Desktop
Modify Screen Brightness and Resolution
Explore the Control Panel and the Settings App
Personalize the Desktop
Adjust the Sound
Plan the Organization of Files and Folders

Word 2016:
Create a New Document and Insert Text
Insert and Format Graphics
Insert and Modify Text Boxes
Create a Table
Format a Table
Present a Word Document Online
Create a Research Paper in MLA Format
Insert Footnotes in a Research Paper
Create Citations and a Bibliography
Save a Document
Correct Errors as You Type
How to Format a Document in APA Format
Convert Word Document to a PDF File
Microsoft Office Specialist Certification Exam Practice Study Guide
APA Format from Default Formatting
Table of Contents Tutorial
Format Paragraphs
Create a Custom Word Template
Preview and Print a Document
Change Document and Paragraph Layout
Use AutoComplete and AutoCorrect
Correct and Reorganize Text
Header and Footer Tutorial
Page Numbers Tutorial
Captions in Word
Review Document Headings in the Navigation Pane
Reorganize Document Text Using the Navigation Pane
Collapse and Expand Body Text in a Document

Excel 2016:
Create, Save, and Navigate an Excel Workbook
Enter Data in a Worksheet
How do you Export Access to Excel and Apply Conditional Formatting
Use Flash Fill, SUM, Average, Median, and MAX Functions and Formulas
Move Data and Rotate Text
Graph Data with a Pie Chart
Format a Pie Chart
MOS Prep – Basic Certification Exam Practice Study Guide
Change Fonts, Font Style, and Font Color
The NOW Function
Export Excel Spreadsheet to Access Table
The VLookup Function
The MIN or MINIMUM Function
Histogram Charts
Use the Sum Button to Sum a Range of Cells
Enter Formulas Using the Keyboard

Access 2016:
Identify Good Database Design
Create a Table and Define Fields in a Blank Desktop Database
The Primary Key
Import Excel Spreadsheet into Access
Create a Table in Design View
Modify the Structure of a Table
Create a Subform
MOS Prep – Basic Certification Exam Practice Study Guide
Add Existing Fields to a Form

PowerPoint 2016:
Create a New Presentation
Edit a Presentation in Normal View
Add Pictures to a Presentation
Format Numbered and Bulleted Lists
Customize Slide Backgrounds and Themes
Animate a Slide Show
Apply a Theme Used in Another Presentation
Search for and Download an Online Theme
Microsoft Office Specialist Exam Certification
Print and View a Presentation

Outlook 2016
Basic Tutorial

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Computer Fundamentals:
Computer Case Types – Dell Inspiron AMD 3656
Printer Ports and Types
The Boot Up Process
How to Get Your Computer Questions Answered
Undo Your Mistakes on Windows 10 or Apple Mac
Routers vs. Modems
What is the Cloud? Storage as a Service
Types of Internet Services on Google Android or Apple iPhone
Browsing the Web
Why Use the Cloud?
Microsoft OneDrive – Creating Uploading Downloading and Syncing
Explain the Importance of File Management
Troubleshoot Common Computer Problems

Job Search Skills:
Values, Attitude, and Goals
Top 5 Job Search Websites
Prepare For Your Interview
Negotiating Your Salary

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28 thoughts on “Word 2016 – Navigation Pane Tutorial – How To Show, Use, Hide, Headings in Microsoft MS Office 365

  1. How to make the heading of the page title more visible the same as writing I mean in the top of the page

  2. Thanks Adam! Very useful information…thanks also for the video I watched before this where you showed how to move pages by using Headings. Seems that one was lost on some of your viewers…thanks for your efforts!

  3. Hello, Professor Morgan. I think every academic should know how to use these tools. I learned how to write my masters thesis. What I'd like to know if there is a shortcut keyboard command to show/hide the navigation menu. Thank you! 🙂

  4. hi… one question… is it true, that this function is disabled for Mac-User? I can see and jump on the navigation pane… but can't reorganize my chapters…. Im from Switzerland…. and on the platform for microsoft they're discussing, that this option is not possible for Mac-User…

  5. Many thanks, interesting video.
    My navigation pane was a grey colour, then it changed to white, which is hard on my eyes.
    Do you know how to change the navigation panel back to grey?
    Thank you.

  6. Hi Adam I work with the Navigation Pane and want to find a quick way to only show heading 1. I seem to remember being able to put a shortcut on the ribbon in the past where I could just click and H1 only would be seen – thanks for reading this and hopefully there is a way ;0)

  7. @Professor Adam Morgan Thank you very much for your excellent tutorials. Thanks to you, I have learned how to use so many features in Word. I am currently working on creating a workbook and want to use the navigation pane to move easily throughout the book. Can the Navigation pane be used for pages that are images with text boxes? I was thinking that I could use the heading feature by choosing my styles and using either a transparent or white font. What are your thoughts?

  8. Thanks so much for these videos! Q – Is it best to type out everything first then go back and assign the different styles? Or to choose the style and then type it out? I thought I had applied styles as I went but they aren't showing up in the Navigation pane. Thanks!

  9. I've been working on a huge document which is 82 double sided pages. Your simple video is very easy to understand and I thank you for taking the time in making it. It will make my life so much easier!

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