Viewing and Printing
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  1. Viewing graphics on the screen
    1. Use Cntrl-E to size the symbols to fit the screen.
    2. Use Cntrl/Alt plus Click 'n Drag to move the image around on the screen. The cursor will change to a small hand until you release the mouse.
    3. Use Cntrl-(+) to make the selected graphic the center of the screen and slightly larger. Additional taps will enlarge the symbol even more.
  2. Viewing outlines on the screen
    1. You can expand or collapse the subhead to a selected headline by click on the graphic arrow to the far left. You can also use Shift/Cntrl-H to toggle the same option.
    2. Use Cntrl-Y to toggle the display of notes under the selected headline. Use the options under VIEW > NOTES to do so for the entire outline.
    3. Use Shift/Cntrl-8 to set the number of levels to reveal. This command only works from the currently selected headline on down; if you want to set the visible levels for the entire outline, first select the main heading at the top of the file. You can also use VIEW > LEVELS for the same operation.
    4. Using Shift/Cntrl-X (or VIEW > FOCUS IN ) will "hoist" the currently selected headline to be the only visible text. This is particularly useful for keeping an audience focused on just a relevant portion of an outline. I use it extensively when I'm working through a meeting agenda or taking notes on a discussion. Shift/Cntrl-Y will un-hoist the headlng.
  3. Printing the page
    1. Setting the page format
      There are a variety of settings for the printed page, such as footers, margins, page numbering, etc. These are set under FILE > PAGE SETUP . For the headers and footers, just select the location and then use the AUTO FILL drop down menu to insert the code for the desired variable.
    2. Use Cntrl-(;) to preview how the page will print. From there you can jump directly to PAGE SETUP to modify any values.
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