Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Navigating through a Document
Move the cursor anywhere in the heading you want to expand, and then
click the Expand button.
Press Alt+Shift+– (minus sign key).
Navigating through a Document
If you have a large document that consists of many pages, you won’t be able
to see all the pages at the same time. Instead, you’ll have to scroll through
your document by using either the mouse or the keyboard.
Navigating with the mouse
To scroll through a document with the mouse, you have two choices:
Use the vertical scroll bar that appears on the right side of every
document window.
Use the scroll wheel of your mouse (assuming that your mouse has a
scroll wheel).
Using the scroll bar
The scroll bar gives you multiple ways to navigate through a document, as
shown in Figure 5-6:
Up arrow (
Moves up one line at a time. ):
Down arrow (
Moves down one line at a time. ):
Scroll box: Dragging the scroll box up displays different pages. Moving
the scroll box up moves closer to the beginning; moving the scroll box
down moves closer to the end.
Scroll area: Clicking above the scroll box moves the document one
screen up; clicking below the scroll box moves the document one
screen down.
Previous Page (Ctrl+PgUp): Moves the cursor to the top of the
preceding page.
Next Page (Ctrl+PgDn): Moves the cursor to the top of the next page.
Select Browse Object (Alt+Ctrl+Home): Gives you a variety of ways
to move to another part of a document, such as by page, section, or
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