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Using the Go To command Microsoft Office 2007

    If you know the specific page number of your document that you want to scroll to, you can jump to that page right away by using the Go To command. To use the Go To command, follow these steps:

    1. Click the Home tab.

    2. Choose one of the following:

    Click the Editing icon, click the downward-pointing arrow to the right of the Find command, and click Go To.

    Click the Page button in the bottom-left corner.

    Click the Select Browse Object icon and then click the Go To icon.

    Press Ctrl+G.

    The Find and Replace dialog box appears with the Go To tab selected, as shown in Figure 4-7.

    Using the Go To
command Microsoft Office 2007

    Figure 4-7:

    The Go To tab displays a menu of different searching options.

    3. Click in the Enter Page Number text box and type a page number.

    If you type a plus sign (+) or a minus sign (-) in front of a number, you can scroll that many pages forward or backward from the currently dis­played page. For example, if the displayed page is 5, typing -2 displays page 3 and typing +12 displays page 17.

    4. Click the Go To button.

    Word displays your chosen page.

    5. Click Close to make the Find and Replace dialog box disappear.

    Finding and Replacing Text

    To help you find text, Word offers a handy Find feature. Not only can this Find feature search for a word or phrase, but it also offers a Replace option so you can make Word find certain words and replace them with other words automatically.


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