Tip: Navigate More Quickly in Word 2010 using Keyboard Shortcuts
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|Ctrl+F||Open the Navigation pane|
|Ctrl+Alt+Home||Display the list of browse objects|
|Ctrl+Page Down||Go to the next object of the selected type|
|Ctrl+Page Up||Go to the previous object of the selected type|
|Ctrl+G or F5||Go to a page, section, bookmark, graphic, or other location|
|Shift+F5||Go to the location of the last edit when the document was closed|
or repeat Shift+F5
|Cycle through the locations of your last four edits|
|Ctrl+Alt+Page Up||Go to top of current screen|
|Ctrl+Alt+Page Down||Go to bottom of current screen|
From Microsoft Office 2010 Inside Out by Ed Bott and Carl Siechert
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