How to Navigate Long Documents in Word
The Navigation pane makes it easy to get from one place to the next in a document. You can quickly jump between headings, pages, or search results.
The pane appears at the left. It includes a search field for you to search for text in your document as well as three ways to browse: by heading, page, or search result.
Press Ctrl + F.
Navigating your document by page or heading allows you to jump around your document very quickly.
Every page in the document is represented by a thumbnail. You can scroll through this list to see a quick overview of how the document looks.
Word brings you directly to the selected page.
The Navigation pane now displays all the headings in the document.
Word jumps directly to that heading.
You can collapse a section down by clicking the arrow next to a heading that contains subheadings. You can also rearrange sections in a document by clicking and dragging a heading up or down.