Word’s Go To Command: A Simple Yet Powerful Navigation Tool

When working with long documents in Word you often want to navigate quickly to another part of the document. For example, you might want to double check to make sure your hyperlinks are correct before publishing. Or you quickly run through all pictures in the document with out using the scroll bar.

You can either press F5 to open the Go To box or select it from the Home tab in the editing group.

Go To

The Go To box will appear as a tab along with the Find and Replace.

go to section

Choose Section from the options then click next or previous to navigate to a section break if you have any. Section breaks are needed when you want different headers and footers in your document.

Choose graphic when you want to navigate to all your pictures in the document.

Word Graphic go to

To navigate by hyperlinks, first choose field then from the enter field name drop down box choose hyperlink.
go to field hyperlink


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