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Access IDE - Key Shortcuts for Bookmark?

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In the Access, Word, or Excel Visual Basic IDE, the F9 key toggles Breakpoints.  Is there an equivalent key shortcut for Bookmarks?  If so, are there key shortcuts for "Next Bookmark" and "Previous Bookmark"?
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peter57r earned 1000 total points
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I'm not aware of any keystrokes but on the Edit toolbar you have buttons for next and previous.
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That will work.  Thanks
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