Awesome, Mike. Thanks so much, and please thank both Brian and Brad for me.
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On 9/7/20, Mike B <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Okay, yet another reply:
From: Brian Lee
One thing you can do is use either function key 5 or CTRL with G, type in
the letter S followed by the section number you want to go to and then press
enter key. If you use the letter S followed by a plus or minus sign
followed by a number you will move by the number of sections you specified.
For example, if you are in section 2 and you press F5 and type in S+3, when
you press enter key you will be at the beginning of section 5. If you are
in section 5 and you type S followed by a minus and the number 2 you will be
taken to the beginning of section 3 when you press enter key.
Take care. Mike. Sent from my iBarstool. Go dodgers!
----- Original Message -----
From: Dani Pagador
Sent: Monday, September 07, 2020 5:44 PM
Subject: Moving Between Se`ctions in a Word Document
Using JFW2018 and Word2016 with Win10. I have a large document with
multiple sections that I need to look through. When I do an Ins+F1 JFW
tells me what section I'm on and describes its margins; it also tells
me how many sections my document has. But it seems there is no
keystroke to move between sections. Is that right?