Using v.126.96.36.199 on OSX 10.9
Somehow I'm just not getting this about outlines. People talk about
using the navigator but how? The navigator just sits there with a list
of things beginning with Headings, Tables, etc. Where is the button you
click on to indent the currently marked item - or alternatively outdent
it, of course.
Basically what I am looking for is something where each bit of text I
type (until the next carriage return) is a body of text which I can drag
around as I need. I don't want to have to mark the text and then do
Cmd+x and put it down with Cmd+v or drag it after marking it.
I don't need differential numbering depending on the degree of
indentation, 1, A, i, a and so on. Simple bullets will do fine. Then I
can grab a bullet and move the whole text bit to another place.
I think this functionality, which everyone says is to be found, is not
too well documented.
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