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Geek Tip: Going Back To Your Spot In Word

I keep my long, rolling documents in Word, so whenever I close and re-open the doc, I am often stuck pressing page down multiple times until I get back to my last edit point.

To combat this problem Web Worker Daily has provided a useful MS Word tip that will get you right back to where you left off in a doc. Once you open your word file, hit shift+F5 and you'll be back on the exact spot you made the last change!

Source: Lifehacker

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steen steen 9 years
As the person who has to compile reports that can get up to 12 pages long, this is fantastic! I can't believe I never knew about this!
ButterflyTiff ButterflyTiff 9 years
What a great tip!
ButterflyTiff ButterflyTiff 9 years
What a great tip!
katie10 katie10 9 years
That'll help me out bunches this school year, along with the Firefox "Undo Close Tab" feature. :]
Bksuga Bksuga 9 years
ohh i wish i knew that when i was writing my papers for school good tips :>)
Bksuga Bksuga 9 years
ohh i wish i knew that when i was writing my papers for school good tips :>)
c0rkie c0rkie 9 years
ooh sounds convenient for writers :)
LuciLu LuciLu 9 years
Very cool!
LuciLu LuciLu 9 years
Very cool!
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