moderated Re: Reading a long Word document
However, that is just for one, temporary marker.
Alt+n then k allows you to add multiple bookmarks with separate names in Word documents, and control+g, shift+tab to the list, press b, for Bookmark, tab and either select or type in the name then press alt+g, followed by escape to land on your chosen bookmark.
Lots of keystrokes, but if you want to have multiple bookmarks in a very long document, it works well.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Panagiotis Antonopoulos
Sent: Thursday, May 7, 2020 11:44 PM
Subject: Re: Reading a long Word document
Yes Tom, cntrl-windows-k to insert, alt-windows-k to retrieve.
Take care, Takis
Is there a key command for inserting a bookmark?
I'd insert a bookmark at the place you want to leave off reading - the option is on the ribbon's insert tab.
When you reopen your document to resume reading, turn on JAWS quick keys with JAWS key+z, and navigate to the next bookmark by pressing the letter b until you land on the one you want.