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opening a document in Word 2010


Yimbo
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I am constantly adding details to a document which is now several pages in length. When I open the document, it always opens at page one.

How can I make the doc open at the last page to save scrolling down through all the previous pages?

It's bound to be simple, but I can't find how to do it!

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lotvic

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time-saving Keyboard Shortcuts for Word 2010

Ctrl+End / Ctrl+Home Jump to end / to beginning of document

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lotvic

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bookmarks-in-microsoft-word-2010 sounds useful as well

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Peter

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Yimbo,

Shift-F5 should take you back to the last three editing location, in turn, as they were when the document was last saved.

Peter.

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Yimbo

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Thanks folks - - Shift-F5 does the job - but I apprecoate both of the other links provided! Lots of useful info there!

Thanks to all!

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