Clicking is cool, but keyboard shortcuts are hot. I knew a keyboard shortcut existed to toggle or navigate between Microsoft OneNote notebook pages:
I assumed CTRL + DOWN ARROW would be my ticket to productivity paradise, but no dice… it just sent me to the next paragraph on the page…
After trying various combinations, including TAB, SHIFT, and ALT, I gave up and headed over to the Office Support pages to look it up.
Here’s the correct keyboard shortcut:
CTRL + PAGE UP = “Go to the previous page in the section.”
CTRL + PAGE DOWN = “Go to the next page in the section.”
Use these with PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN to scroll up and scroll down in the current page and you can give your mouse hand a well deserved break.
Other useful OneNote navigation keyboard shortcuts:
ALT + HOME = Go to first page in section.
ALT + END = Go to first page in section.
CTRL + TAB = Go to next section.
CTRL + SHIFT + TAB = Go to previous section.
Check out the whole list of keyboard shortcuts for “Working with Pages and Side Notes” provided by Microsoft Office Support here.