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Microsoft OneOnte 2010 : Creating Subpages for Page Groups

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A page and its subpages are called a page group. Create subpages to store information that is subordinate to information on a page.

You can collapse the subpages in a page group. After collapsing a page group, you can easily move or copy all the pages in the group with the Move or Copy command or by dragging.

Use these techniques to create subpages for a page group:

  • Create a new subpage: Open the gallery on the New Page button and choose New Subpage (or press Ctrl+Shift+Alt+N).

  • Turn a page into a subpage: Right-click the page’s tab and choose Make Subpage (or press Ctrl+Alt+]).

  • Turn a subpage into a page: Right-click the subpage’s tab and choose Promote Subpage (or press Ctrl+Alt+[).

On the page tabs, the names of subpages are indented. When you move the pointer over the first page tab in a page group, the Collapse/Expand button appears on the page tab. Use these techniques to collapse (hide) or expand (display) subpage tabs:

  • Click the Collapse/Expand button on the first page tab in the page group.

  • Right-click any page tab in the group, and choose Collapse Subpages or Expand Subpages.

  • Press Ctrl+Shift+*.

1. Create a Subpage

  1. Open the drop-down list on the New Page button.

  2. Choose New Subpage.



  3. Drag the subpage from the bottom of the page tabs higher in the tabs.

  4. Enter a title for the subpage.

  5. Right-click a page in the page tabs

  6. Choose Make Subpage.




Note:

Try This!

Right-click a subpage and choose Promote Subpage on the shortcut menu to turn the subpage into a page.


2. Collapse and Expand Page Groups

  1. Click the Collapse button on the first page of a page group to hide the subpages.

  2. Click the page group’s Expand button to display the subpages.


 
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