MS Office/Word 2007 question


K

kraut

When saving a large word doc in Word 2007 can it be saved in such a
way as to open with your cursor in a certain spot such as where I was
working on it before I saved it so it is not necessary to scroll
through half the doc to yet to where I want to go??

Hope I explained it so you know what I am talking about.

TIA
 
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T

trip_to_tokyo

When saving a large word doc in Word 2007 can it be saved in such a
way as to open with your cursor in a certain spot such as where I was
working on it before I saved it so it is not necessary to scroll
through half the doc to yet to where I want to go??

Hope I explained it so you know what I am talking about.

TIA


Set up as bookmark as follows:-

1. Type in say the letters:-

tod

- (these can be any letters that you want) in the place to which you
want to return.

2. Click on those letters (tod).

3. Insert tab / Links group / click on Bookmark

The Bookmark pop up window should launch.

4. In the Bookmark name: field give the bookmark a name (for example
tod).

Click on Add

The Bookmark pop up window should disappear.

5. Save your document and close it.

6. Reopen your document then Insert tab / Links group / click on
Bookmark / the Bookmark pop up window should open / tod should appear
in the list (if you have other Bookmarks already set up) / click on
tod (if it is not already highlighted) then click on Go To

You will now be returned to the required spot.

If possible please rate my posting.

Thanks.
 
P

Peter T. Daniels

In Word2003 or earlier, press Shift-F5 when your document opens.

This feature went away in Word2007, but I think it was going to be
restored in Word2010 -- I don't know whether it was?

If you're using Word2007, a macro was posted here a while ago that
automatically takes you to the spot where you last made a change.
 
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K

kraut

Set up as bookmark as follows:-

1. Type in say the letters:-

tod

- (these can be any letters that you want) in the place to which you
want to return.

2. Click on those letters (tod).

3. Insert tab / Links group / click on Bookmark

The Bookmark pop up window should launch.

4. In the Bookmark name: field give the bookmark a name (for example
tod).

Click on Add

The Bookmark pop up window should disappear.

5. Save your document and close it.

6. Reopen your document then Insert tab / Links group / click on
Bookmark / the Bookmark pop up window should open / tod should appear
in the list (if you have other Bookmarks already set up) / click on
tod (if it is not already highlighted) then click on Go To

You will now be returned to the required spot.

If possible please rate my posting.

Thanks.

Thanks so much. Now to see if I remember how to set up a macro. It
has been a while.

Thanks again
 

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