Re: printing Word outlines without body text?

Subject: Re: printing Word outlines without body text?
From: "David M. Brown" <dmbrown -at- BROWN-INC -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 1999 08:41:49 -0800

Benzi Schreiber wrote:
> Can someone please tell me how to print an outline in Word 97, without
> printing the body text? For some reason, when I view the docs in
> Outline view I see only the levels I select; but when I print the
> outlines I also get body text!

I think that's how it's supposed to work. Remember, Outline View is
just that: a view, like Normal View. You wouldn't expect to get
different output by printing in Normal View, or with text boundaries
showing, for example.

Instead, insert a table of contents--try the {TOC \n\o} field--and print
that. You can update it whenever your document changes, and format the
TOC levels independently of the original paragraph styles.


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