Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Moving Around Quickly in Documents
To display the Navigation pane, go to the View tab and click the Navigation
Pane check box (you may have to click the Show button first). Then select a
tab in the Navigation pane and go to it:
Going from heading to heading: Select the Headings tab. Headings in
your document appear (provided you assigned heading styles to
headings). You can use the Navigation pane like a table of contents and click
headings to get from place to place. Right-click a heading and choose a
heading-level option on the shortcut menu to tell Word which headings
to display. You can also right-click a heading and choose Expand All or
Collapse All to see or hide lower-level headings.
Going from page to page: Select the Pages tab. A thumbnail image of
each page in the document appears. To quickly move from page to page,
use the scroll bar in the Navigation pane or click a page thumbnail. Each
thumbnail is numbered so that you always know which page you’re
viewing.
Going there fast with the Go To command
Another fast way to go from place to place in a document is to use the Go To
command. On the Home tab, open the drop-down list on the Find button and
choose Go To (you may have to click the Editing button first). You see the
Go To tab of the Find and Replace dialog box, shown in Figure 1-6. You can
also open this dialog box by pressing Ctrl+G or F5.
Figure 1-6:
Using the
Go To
command.
The Go to What menu in this dialog box lists everything that can
conceivably be numbered in a Word document, and other things, too. Click a menu
item, enter a number, choose an item from the drop-down list, or click the
Previous, Next, or Go To buttons to go elsewhere.
Bookmarks for hopping around
Rather than press PgUp or PgDn or click the scroll bar to thrash around in a
long document, you can use bookmarks . All you do is put a bookmark in an
important spot in your document that you’ll return to many times. To return
to that spot, open the Bookmark dialog box and select a bookmark name, as
Search JabSto ::




Custom Search