I’ve authored a few books in my time and those Word documents get rather long. Currently I’ve got a manuscript that’s almost 800 pages long and since there’s very little narrative, it’s not common that I stop working at the end of the document, ususally it’s somewhere in the middle. So, when I save the file and reopen it later, I’m back at the beginning and I need to remember where I left off. That is, until now. Turns out that SHIFT+F5 will jump your cursor to whereever it was when you last saved the document. Now, that’s a keyboard shortcut I’m never going to forget.

About Author
Michael Sauers, Technology Manager
Michael Sauers is currently the Director of Technology for Do Space in Omaha, NE. Michael has been training librarians in technology for the past twenty years and has published more than 14 books on technology and other topics.