MS Word can start where you last closed it
Opening every day (or even several times a day) a Word document, where you write a novel, a dissertation, an essay, a report, or anything – and having each and every time to scroll and search until you find the location you were when you closed the document, where you need to go and continue working – this is a nightmare, making a writer even postpone working!
At the post “Make Word remember your last editing position” you read instructions on how you can have Microsoft Word save the location in a document where you interrupted your work, and go to that location immediately when you re-open this document. Here is a video that shows this in action:
1) First we write some text.
2) Word adds automatically a bookmark when we give the Close command
3) Word goes to that bookmark immediately when we open the document