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Open Word doc at same spot it was closed

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Hi,

In prior versions of Word you had to choose an Option to open a document at the same spot it was closed.  I can't find that in 2010's Options.  I'm working in a long document and don't always remember where I left off.

Suggestions??

Thanks.

Pat
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I do not have 2010 to ry it ou but i donot know if you have already tried

key combination shift+f5 should place the cursor at the point of last change.
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That's an idea I will try that, but I'm looking for a permanent solution.  It used to be available, so I'm hoping they didn't eliminate it.
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