In this video, learn how to use the keyboard shortcut Shift+F5 to quickly return to previous edit points in a document. This is especially useful when copying and pasting from one area in a document to another.
- [Instructor] In this week's word tip,…we're going to look at a huge time saving feature,…especially for those working on longer documents…and doing a lot of editing.…Microsoft Word remembers…where you're working in the document…so you can go back there quickly.…We're going to look at a keyboard shortcut…to save you some time.…We'll do it with this file,…Best of Landon Hotel Guide 041.…It's in your exercise files if you have 'em.…If not, you can be working with your own longer document.…So let's say we're working away in our document.…
We're scrolling down through the pages.…We get to the West End London facilities amenities.…And we realize that we want to…do a little bit of editing here.…We'll hit enter after express checkout,…as though we're going to add some more content.…But we have that content elsewhere.…Now this will work with pictures.…It'll work with texts…like we're going to copy and paste here.…But, as we scroll down,…to the next section,…we're thinking maybe it's there in the Latin Quarter,…Paris amenities.…
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