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Word 2003: Navigating a Document

Word 2003: Navigating a Document

Word 2003 navigation is probably much easier than you think. In fact, Word 2003 uses many of the same commands that other Microsoft Office programs do. So, think of this like a Two-for-One deal. If you learn navigation in this program, you’ll automatically gain knowledge you can apply to other programs, as well. Mastering the art of navigation will allow you to complete your work faster. To aid in this, you’re going to learn navigation by using both the mouse and keyboard.

Mouse Navigation Techniques

               

To Move…

Click…

Up One Line

Up Arrow on Vertical Scroll Bar

Down One Line

Down Arrow on Vertical Scroll Bar

Up One Screen of Information

Blank Area of the Vertical Scroll Bar Below the Up Arrow

Down One Screen of Information

Blank Area of the Vertical Scroll Bar Above the Down Arrow

Right One Screen of Information

Blank Area of the Horizontal Scroll Bar Left of the Right Arrow

Left One Screen of Information

Blank Area of the Horizontal Scroll Bar Right of the Left Arrow

Keyboard Navigation Techniques

               

To Move…

Press…

Up One Line

Up Arrow

Down One Line

Down Arrow

Right One Character

Right Arrow

Left One Character

Left Arrow

Right One Word

[CTRL]+Right Arrow

Left One Word

[CTRL]+Left Arrow

Up One Paragraph

[CTRL]+Up Arrow

Down One Paragraph

[CTRL]+Down Arrow

Up One Screen of Information

Page Up

Down One Screen of Information

Page Down

End of Line

[End]

Beginning of Line

[Home]

Top of the Document

[CTRL]+[Home]

Bottom of the Document

[CTRL]+[End]