In Word 2013 we can collapse/expand a header.
I want to toggle the collapsable ones for all headers.
How can I do that?
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Right click on a header, select
Expand/Collapse > Expand All Headings (or
Collapse All Headings).
Also you may like to have shortcuts for them, so follow these steps:
File menu at left-top corner, choose
Word Options window from the left column select
Then in right pane look at bottom of pane, you'll see
Keyboard shortcuts:; click
Customize Keyboard window, under
Categories:, scroll down and select
Then click under
Commands: and type in
ExpandAllHeadings (By typing two first letters you'll get it)
Then put cursor in
Press new shortcut key box and hold
Alt key with
E from keyboard, then click
Assign. Now we have
Alt+E shortcut for Expanding all headings.
Commands: type in
CollapseAllHeadings, and follow steps just same as above, but use
Alt+C for it.
To collapse/expand all of a specific heading
Styles section in the
Home ribbon, right click the specific heading style and choose
Select All x Instance(s); this will select the text in the body of the document:
In the body, right click any of the selected text/headings and choose
Expand Heading or
Collapse Heading (not "All Headings"):