So… I’m either losing it…or I just can’t find this option…which really I think would be awesome if Microsoft could add to word. When I blog… I use a lot of links within a document….. when I hit crtrl+the link… it takes me to the link in a new window…which is awesome… but.. there’s no back button to take me back to the point in the document where I’m working… so either I have to scroll through the whole document…or make a table of contents and hyperlink all the titles to the correct places in the document to make my life easier.
Does anyone know what I mean? I think this could be a huge feature…and would save my sanity when I’m working in large documents even from work. OR am I just using the feature wrong or missing something? Knowing Microsoft…it’s probably in there somewhere, I just haven’t found it yet. LOL.
I use linking to outside sources as well as within the document a TON… does anyone know where that feature is? If it isn’t there… I think it would be AWESOME to add it…. just like when you’re using IE or whatever…same thing in word… hmmm… that’s my 2 cents 🙂