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How to Use the Go To Command in Word 2007

Use the Go To command in Word 2007 to send the insertion pointer to a specific page or line or to the location of a number of interesting things that Word can potentially insert in your document.

1

Press the Ctrl+G key combination.

You see the Go To tab portion of the Find and Replace dialog box.

You can also double-click the page number on the status bar to open the Find and Replace dialog box.

2

On the left side of the dialog box, in the scrolling list, choose an element to go to.

Choose to go to a page, for example.

3

Type the relevant information in the box on the right side of the dialog box.

If you chose to go to a page, for example, you type the page number in the box.

4

Click the Go To button to go to that location.

Word 2007 takes you wherever you want to go in your document.

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