Organise and structure an EMDoc
An EMDoc is composed of headings and sections.
Headings are used to structure the document.
Sections can be text blocks, tables, images, and data-driven content (pre-built tables and charts that auto-update with the latest workspace data). So, if you want to write a paragraph, insert a text block section into the EMDoc first. Or if you want to create a table, insert the table section into the EMDoc first (to learn how to create and edit sections, please read here).
Follow the instructions below on how to structure an EMDoc:
- Inserting / adding headings
- Inserting / adding subheadings
- Shifting / moving headings and sections
- Removing / deleting headings and sections
- Content navigation pane (table of content)
Inserting / adding headings
To insert a new heading, move the mouse cursor over the area where you want to insert the heading. For example, above or below an existing section or between two existing sections. The insert buttons will appear, click Headline:
Inserting / adding subheadings
To add a subheading, first insert a headline (read above). Then indent the new heading with the right arrow that appear on the left side when you hover over the heading:
To lift a subheading one level higher, pull the heading out using the left arrow that appears on the left when you hover the mouse pointer over the heading.
Shifting / moving headings and sections
Removing / deleting headings and sections
To delete headings or sections, move the mouse cursor over the heading or section and click Delete in the options menu. The deleted heading or section will be removed.
Content navigation pane (table of content)
The structure of the document is automatically updated as you add, move and remove headings and subheadings, and is shown on the left side in the navigation pane.
The navigation pane can be shown or hidden by clicking on the arrow at the top left of the window.