Scroll a Microsoft Word document, without moving the cursor
Being used to text editors like Notepad++, letting you scroll a few lines of a document without having to change the position of the cursor, I find very annoying that this feature is missing from Microsoft Word. If you want to scroll a few lines in Word, without moving the cursor, you have to grab the mouse, target the scrollbar arrows, etc.
It is very easy to add the mouse-free / cursor-still scroll in MS Word, by creating two Macros.
Just download them from this page and import them in Word, then go to Word options > Customize > Keyboard Shortcuts, to assign them whatever shortcuts you find convenient.
Since they work on other editors too, I’m used to these keyboard shortcuts, Ctrl+UpArrow for moving upwards, and Ctrl + DownArrow for moving downwards.
Read this post if you are not familiar with importing MS Word macros using .bas files.