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Word should have multiple tab pages like Excel does. This would be great for
doing reports and keeping data separate but in one document. Also great for
writing a book or papers with chapters (tab 1 is chapter 1, tab 2 is chapter
2) all in one document and so much easier to jump to something. Great for
planning (tab 1 is budget, tab 2 is a list of guests, tab 3 is vendor contact
info, tab 4 is menu).

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I think that is what they were going for in OneNote.

"VoodooMusicVixen" wrote:

Word should have multiple tab pages like Excel does. This would be great for
doing reports and keeping data separate but in one document. Also great for
writing a book or papers with chapters (tab 1 is chapter 1, tab 2 is chapter
2) all in one document and so much easier to jump to something. Great for
planning (tab 1 is budget, tab 2 is a list of guests, tab 3 is vendor contact
info, tab 4 is menu).

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I soo want this feature! Why does Word not have this already?
"VoodooMusicVixen" wrote:

Word should have multiple tab pages like Excel does. This would be great for
doing reports and keeping data separate but in one document. Also great for
writing a book or papers with chapters (tab 1 is chapter 1, tab 2 is chapter
2) all in one document and so much easier to jump to something. Great for
planning (tab 1 is budget, tab 2 is a list of guests, tab 3 is vendor contact
info, tab 4 is menu).

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I soo want this feature! Why does Word not have this already?
Because Word isn't Excel. And the analogy between Excel tabs and Word pages is fundamentally flawed - each tab in Excel can contain
many 'pages' of data. A page in Word is just that - a page. If you want separate Sections for holding different sets of pages in
Word, use Section breaks and a properly-configured Table of Contents for navigation.

Also, putting what are essentially separate (though perhaps related) documents into the one file increases the risk of losing the
lot through data corruption or user error.

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I soo want this feature! Why does Word not have this already?
"VoodooMusicVixen" wrote:

Word should have multiple tab pages like Excel does. This would be great for
doing reports and keeping data separate but in one document. Also great for
writing a book or papers with chapters (tab 1 is chapter 1, tab 2 is chapter
2) all in one document and so much easier to jump to something. Great for
planning (tab 1 is budget, tab 2 is a list of guests, tab 3 is vendor contact
info, tab 4 is menu).

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Word documents simply are not structured that way, but you can simulate this
based on the technique here [I believe you'll have to adapt for 2007]:

http://sbarnhill.mvps.org/WordFAQs/ThumbIndex.htm

But IMHO it's more trouble than it's worth. It's also completely unnecessary
if you format the document using Styles, in which case the Document Map is
automatically constructed for you. There are other means of effectively
navigating a document as well.

HTH |:)
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I soo want this feature! Why does Word not have this already?
"VoodooMusicVixen" wrote:

Word should have multiple tab pages like Excel does. This would be great for
doing reports and keeping data separate but in one document. Also great for
writing a book or papers with chapters (tab 1 is chapter 1, tab 2 is chapter
2) all in one document and so much easier to jump to something. Great for
planning (tab 1 is budget, tab 2 is a list of guests, tab 3 is vendor contact
info, tab 4 is menu).

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On Friday, December 25, 2009 at 6:37:24 PM UTC-8, macropod wrote:
I soo want this feature! Why does Word not have this already?

Because Word isn't Excel. And the analogy between Excel tabs and Word pages is fundamentally flawed - each tab in Excel can contain




There is nothing wrong with the analogy between excel tabs and word...
It is pretty much just a different visual representation (with limitations) of the same thing...

I would suggest trying TABLE OF CONTENTS... which is the closest thing to tabs since it allows you to open a side bar on the window and click on whichever you want... thereby jumping to that page.


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On Tuesday, December 30, 2008 at 9:11:01 AM UTC+5:30, VoodooMusicVixen wrote:
Word should have multiple tab pages like Excel does. This would be great for
doing reports and keeping data separate but in one document. Also great for
writing a book or papers with chapters (tab 1 is chapter 1, tab 2 is chapter
2) all in one document and so much easier to jump to something. Great for
planning (tab 1 is budget, tab 2 is a list of guests, tab 3 is vendor contact
info, tab 4 is menu).

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hello sir,
we have the software of this feature named WPS, a chainies processor'but it is incomparable with MS OFFICE. WHY THEIS FEATURE IS NOT EXTENDED BY MICROSOFT IS THE BIG QUESTION.
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On Thursday, August 6, 2020 at 5:02:44 AM UTC-6, wrote:
hello sir,
we have the software of this feature named WPS, a chainies processor'but it is incomparable with MS OFFICE. WHY THEIS FEATURE IS NOT EXTENDED BY MICROSOFT IS THE BIG QUESTION.



Microsoft used to offer this as a template called, "Notebook." I miss it.
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