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Re: navigate notebook

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  • Subject: [mg124658] Re: navigate notebook
  • From: Murray Eisenberg <murray at>
  • Date: Sun, 29 Jan 2012 05:15:51 -0500 (EST)
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One possibility: make the notebook into a SlideShow and then use the 
SlideShow palette to generate a table of contents (which will be a 

On 1/28/12 6:38 AM, Alan wrote:
> So I guess from the answers that Mathematica does not provide this facility.
> Here's hoping the Mathematica 9 will provide something equivalent
> to (or better than) the outline view in Scientific Notebook
> or the useful Navigation Pane in Microsoft Word or for that
> matter the outline view in the Wolfram Workbench.
> (Or, that someone will correct my impression that
> this functionality is currently absent in notebooks.)
> Here is the best I've come up with: select the notebook
> title bracket and press ctrl+} to close all subgroups,
> and then navigate through the resulting "outline".
> But of course that closes all subgroups, which I do
> not want to do. And if I just select the cell bracket
> for the title and close all subgroups that way, I don't
> lose my open cells but I cannot navigate conveniently.
> Alan Isaac
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