Tips and Tricks
Shortcuts to Success: Navigate between Pages
SPD-U SHORTCUTS OF THE WEEK
Go to First Page
home, or command + shift + page up
Go to Last Page
end, or command + shift + page down
Go to Previous Page
shift + page up
Go to Next Page
shift + page down
Go to Previous Spread
option + page up
Go to Next Spread
option + page down
Happy New Year! We're starting off 2013 with a feast of shortcuts for you. These will help you dash around your document at warp speed. Find detailed explanations after the jump...
What these shortcuts do is pretty self-explanatory, but here are some tips to help you make the most of them:
* Each row of pages in the pages panel is considered a spread, even if there's only one page.
* These keys are found on an extended keyboard, between the letters and the number pad. (Find your delete key and look to the right.)
* Using these on a laptop or regular keyboard gets tricky, because you need to add another modifier, the function (fn) key, and you'll likely run out of fingers!
We hope these get your new year off to a productive start, and that it's a happy and prosperous one!
PS: If you haven't done it yet, download a free poster with our first 25 Shortcuts to Success!
Got a favorite keyboard shortcut you'd like to share with everyone? Email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll include it in our series, along with your own commentary if you'd like.
This week's shortcut brought to you by Joseph Caserto.