Smarter Navigation in Word
You may already know that in Microsoft Office Word, the up-and-down double arrows below the vertical scroll bar will page up and down through an open document. But you might not know that you can use the Select Browse Object button (the little dot) below the vertical scroll bar to change the function of the double-arrow buttons and of the CTRL+PAGE UP and CTRL+PAGE DOWN keyboard shortcuts. You can, for example, choose to browse by heading, which means the buttons will automatically move the cursor up or down to the next heading. Other choices include browsing by footnote, endnote, comment, graphic, or table.