When you open up an existing document you worked on previously in Word 2016, a clickable prompt that did not exist in Word 2013 may appear next to the vertical scrollbar on the right offering to take you back to the spot in the document where you last left off before saving and closing it. In this movie, you will know how to use the resume reading feature to quickly return to the last spot in a document when you open it.
- [Voiceover] When you open up an existing file…here in Microsoft Word,…a document perhaps you've been working on in the past,…you're going to see something new and different…you didn't see in Word 2013.…We're going to take a look at it now.…You can see, I actually have a file open,…Best of Landon Hotel Guide0202.…It's in the Chapter 2 folder of your exercise files.…I'm just going to make a slight change by adding a comma…and clicking Save to save that change.…Now I'm going to close this up by going to File and Close.…I'll see files I was working on previously.…
That's fine.…Now we're going to go back to it.…I want you to see what happens when...…If you have the exercise files,…open up the same file as me.…Click File, go to Open.…You can navigate to the Chapter 2 folder…of your exercise files using Browse,…or if you see it on the recent list, like I do,…select it with one click there.…Something's going to happen over here…on the right hand side.…You saw it briefly.…It was a Welcome Back message.…Then it turns into this little bookmark icon…
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