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Part 2. Entering Text > Going to a Specific Page

Going to a Specific Page

Open the Edit menu and choose Go To to display the Go To tab of the Find and Replace dialog box.

Type the number of the page you want to display onscreen in the Enter page number text box.

Click the Go To button.

INTRODUCTION

When you're editing a long document, you often need to go to a particular page to make a change. You can, of course, navigate to that page using the standard mouse and keyboard techniques described in the previous two tasks. However, it's often faster to use Word's Go To feature, which allows you to jump directly to any page in your document.


Word jumps to that page. (Check the page number in the status bar.) The dialog box remains onscreen so that you can go to another page if desired.

When you're finished using Go To, click the Close button.


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