Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Navigating in Word Documents
Click here or press
display the browse
Figure 7-5 You can choose to browse by field, endnote, footnote, comment, section, or page
(top row). The bottom row browse options include heading, graphic, or table, plus shortcuts to
the Go To and Find dialog boxes.
Word offers another way to navigate by object with its Go To command, which opens the
Find And Replace dialog box to the Go To tab. You can display this dialog box, shown in
Figure 7-6, in any of the following ways:
● In the Navigation pane, click the magnifier icon next to Search Documents and
choose Go To from the menu that appears.
● On the Home tab, click the arrow next to Find (in the Editing group) and click Go To.
● Click Select Browse Object and click Go To (the arrow icon).
● Press Ctrl+G or F5.
Figure 7-6 The interface is old school, but Go To offers some navigation capabilities not
available in the Navigation pane.
Go To offers some additional object types that aren’t available in the Navigation pane or
in Select Browse Object. And unlike those methods, it’s designed for going directly to a
specific occurrence of an object as well as browsing from one to the next. For this
reason, Go To has a couple of additional navigation tricks. For some types of objects (such as
pages, sections, and lines), you can enter a number to go directly to a numbered item (for
example, select Graphic and type 4 to go to the fourth picture or graphic, counting from
the beginning of the document). If you precede the number with a plus or minus sign, you