Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Moving Around Quickly in Documents
Here’s a useful keystroke for getting from place to place: Shift+F5. Press it
once to go to the location of your most recent edit. Press it two or three
times to go back one or two edits before that. Pressing Shift+F5 is useful
when you want to return to the place where you made an edit but can’t quite
remember where that place is.
Navigating from page to page or heading to heading
In lengthy documents such as the one in Figure 1-5, the best way to get from
place to place is to make use of the Navigation pane. Click a heading or a page
in the Navigation pane and Word takes you there in the twinkling of an eye.
Book II
Chapter 1
Figure 1-5:
In the
Navigation
pane, click
a heading
or page
thumbnail
to go from
place to
place.
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