Friday, 14 February 2014

Using the Go To Command in a long Microsoft Word 2010 document

The Go To command allows you to navigate through long documents quickly. It will enable you to jump to specific page, table, headings, or other items in your document.

Do the the following steps:
1. Click on the [Home] Tab.
2. In the Editing group, click the drop-down arrow next to the [Find] button.
3. Click the [Go To] command.
In the [Go to what] box, Page is selected by default. (see diagram below)
4. Type a number in the [Enter page number] box, then click [Go To].
The cursor should move to the page that you have selected in the document.

The following is a list of all the options available at the [Go to what] box:
For any option selected, type the relevant number or name in the other box, then click [Go To].



  • Page
  • Section
  • Line
  • Bookmark
  • Comment
  • Footnote
  • Endnote
  • Field
  • Table
  • Graphic
  • Equation
  • Object
  • Heading