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Old 12-08-2015, 12:24 AM
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Jumping betwen edits (Shift+F5) has a history depth of 4 on my word 2010. Question is:

Q1: Can I increase/decrease this depth to an arbitary number of jumps?
Q2: Can I make it jump backwards as well as forwards?
Q3: Can I jump between bookmarks instead of edits?
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No, on all counts. F5, however, can be used for navigating to bookmarked ranges.
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