Tips and Tricks
Shortcuts to Success: Go to a Specific Page
SPD-U SHORTCUT OF THE WEEK
Go to Page
command + J
Ever want to get to a certain page quick? You can get there without your fingers ever leaving the keyboard. Type command + J (think J for jump) and enter the page number in the Page field of the dialogue box that pops up.
HOT TIP: If your file doesn't start on page 1, you can use absolute page numbers to go to a page without using its specific number (i.e. first page, second page, etc.). Say your first page number is 66. Instead of typing 66, you can just add a plus in front of its absolute number in the document: +1 for first, +2 for second, etc. So, after typing command + J, you would enter 66 or +1, and get the same result.
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This week's shortcut brought to you by Joseph Caserto.