Word offers an enormous number of ways to move through a document, and most people can increase their productivity by learning some of the shortcuts.
You needn't memorize dozens of key combinations or obscure mouse tricks to boost your productivity. Rather, if you concentrate on reducing the effort you expend on the two or three navigational techniques you use most, your productivity will soar, and the amount of time invested is negligible.
Not all the best navigation tricks are well known, either. Some of them aren't even documented. Instead of merely throwing lists of shortcuts at you, you'll learn some tricks for memorizing the most important ones.
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