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Old 12-28-2011, 07:57 AM
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Hello. First of all I give an example so you will understand what i am asking. For example i am making list of terms in microsoft office word 2007, i want to make that when you click on word show all term when i click again hide the term. How can i do this and if this is possible at all? I hope you understood. It should work like show/hide.
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Hi trintukaz,

If you mark text as hidden, you can toggle its appearance via the symbol on the Ribbon's Home tab.
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This is not what i want. It should be something like when you reading articles in the internet and you press "see more" for example and you got full article. But i want that when you press on word you get the explanation when you click again you don't see explanation.
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Other than inserting a hyperlink or cross-reference to a bookmark, or a Table of Contents, any of which can only be used to take you to another location in the document (not expand/condense content), Word doesn't offer that kind of thing. With the aid of formfields/content controls and macros, you could implement something like it, but it'd be clunky at best. Word is, after all, a word processor, not an interactive application designer.
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