February 14, 2003, Newsletter Issue #122: Software Shortcuts - Microsoft Word

Tip of the Week

Using the built in browse object tool.
When you use the page up and down arrows at the bottom of the vertical scroll bar, you probably won`t be too suprised to discover that it moves you up and down a page at a time.

What you probably haven`t ever done before is click the little round circle which sits inbetween the page up and page down arrows.

This little button allows you to choose from a number of different options such as page (the default) picture, heading, section and comment. Select one of the options and the page up and page down buttons will now move you up or down one picture/heading/section at a time.

Have a good week.

Michael.

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