Navigating through Word documents is extremely cumbersome. To go back to the list of documents, there's no way simply to click the back arr
Navigating through Word documents is extremely cumbersome. The back arrow is greyed out, so that eliminates that simple possibility, leaving the user to have to go back to File, close the document, then click on Open, then click on Browse, only to find that the marker in the list has gone back to the top, meaning that the user now has to find the next document. This makes no sense. When one wants to go from on document to another, one ought to be able simply to click on the back arrow, taking the user back to the list from which he or she came, and in the place in the list from which he or she came. That would be ever so much more productive, and other word-processing applications seem to have no problem in so setting things up. Why Microsoft would want to make going from document to document take as much time as possible is simply beyond understanding.