When working on a long and complex Word document, it’s not uncommon to find yourself constantly scrolling up and down to locate the last edit you made. This can be time-consuming and frustrating, especially if you’re working on a tight deadline. Fortunately, Microsoft Word provides a handy feature that allows you to quickly go back to the last edited location.
Go back to last edited location in Ms Word
Keyboard shortcut: “Shift + F5” will move your cursor to the location of previous revision. The same shortcut will move the cursor to the location of the last revision made before the document was last closed. This shortcut works only for Ms Word for Windows.
Note: In Ms Word for Mac, “Shift + F5” will move the cursor to the previous insertion point.
- Ctrl+Alt+Z Cycle will through the locations of the four previous changes made to the document.
- Ctrl+Alt+5, and then the Tab key repeatedly Cycle through floating shapes, such as text boxes or images.
Locating the last edit in your Word document doesn’t have to be a time-consuming task. By using the built-in features of Microsoft Word, you can quickly jump to the last edit location and save valuable time. Whether you’re working on a lengthy report, a thesis, or any other document, this handy feature will help you stay organized and efficient.