Do you find yourself missing the old Home and End shortcut keys that are on the keypad of full size keyboards?
The keyboard commands are fn-Command-right arrow and fn-Command-left arrow.
If you said, "Man, that is so not intuitive," you have a couple of options.
- You can use a two-step keyboard sequence, recommended by lefthander57 on this thread:
just hit Cmd-A, "Select All," then hit a left or up arrow key to go to the beginning, or a down or right arrow key to go to the end.
- If you like to use the up and down arrows for that navigation in Word, try Daiya's suggestion:
If the problem is specifically in Word, there are commands in Tools > Customize Keyboard that can be assigned to custom shortkeys. Rather hidden, though.
in Word, Tools > Customize Keyboard, click on All Commands in the left column, tab to the right column, and keyboard navigate to the commands:
This lets me assign cmd-up arrow and cmd-down arrow, which I can hit with one hand (unlike using the fn key).