Jumping to a specific page


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Jumping to a specific page

There are certainly are a lot of different ways to navigate within an InDesign document. There is also a specific shortcut for jumping to a specific page. That's Command+J or Ctrl+J. Think jump to a specific page. So Command+J, Ctrl+J, type in the page number you want, press Return. So if I want to go to page 5, I am just going to press page 5 or type number 5, hit Return, and I'm right there. Command+J again, jump to the page you want, page 9 let's say, hit Return and you're there. So for a lot of people this is just a very quick way to get to the very specific page they are thinking of going to.

It's a little bit quicker than the widget, because they don't have to move their mouse. It's right from wherever they are. Command+J, page 1, hit Return, and there you go. So the jump to page command, Command+J or Ctrl+J.

Jumping to a specific page
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Jumping to a specific page provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the InDesign CS4 Power Shortcuts

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