You may not have numbering enabled for all the lines in your Word document. Even so, Microsoft Word tracks all lines in a document with numbers. Thus, going to a specific line in your document is a very simple task for Word.
Most of us do not think of our document as containing a certain number of lines. We tend to look at documents as chapters, sections, pages, paragraphs, sentences, etc
But Word has a special feature that takes you to a specific line.
The feature allows you to jump not only to a specific line in your document. You can also use it to move backward or forward relative to your current position in the document. To select the line, you must use the mouse or a keyboard shortcut.
Furthermore, you may also want to select a specific line without knowing its line number. You can do this by using the keyboard. Thus, we can select a line in a Word document in one of two ways:
- Using the line number
- Without using a line number
Let us see how to do the above in simple steps.