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Explanation: I belive that this view option is called document map in English.
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"Readers Write. How to use custom styles with Microsoft Word's Document Map.
Martha Bowes wrote, "Is there a workaround to get Word to show custom heading styles in the document map?"
Microsoft Word's Document Map is a highly useful feature, especially for editors. To display it, click View > Document Map. Text formatted with Word's built-in Heading styles will be displayed in the map, and you can click one of them to go to that heading in your document. "