Jump To Selection

Just about any app that deals with text, from TextEdit to Pages to Safari, has the menu choice Edit, Find, Jump to Selection. The keyboard shortcut is Command+j. You can use that to scroll to the portion of the document or page that contains selected text. So you can select some text in a document you are working on, scroll to read another part of the text, and then use Command+j to jump back to your selection.

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    4 years ago

    Ugh! Very disappointed to have not figured this out myself because I would have used it a billion times! I'll use the crap out of it! Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! Thanks!

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