November 23, 2001, Newsletter Issue #63: Microsoft Word Shortcuts

Tip of the Week

One of my favourites this week - I can safely say that I use this shortcut just about every single time I open an existing Word document.

See if this scenario sounds familiar:

You open a Word document. It`s more than a couple of pages long and you want to add something to it, so what do you do. You scroll all the way to the bottom of the document until you reach the bottom and then you start adding.

Now the more observant ones of you will probably be screaming Ctrl - End, Ctrl - End, because if you hold down Ctrl and hit End, it will take you to the end of your document.

I`ll give you a gold star for doing that, but consider a second scenario:

You open up a Word document and want to find the place you were last working. If it`s at the end, then you can use the shortcut discussed above, but what if it`s in the middle? Ctrl- End won`t help you here, so what other options do you have?

You could use this week`s tip...

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