To go to a page or a heading in your document without scrolling, use the Navigation pane.
To open the Navigation pane, press Ctrl+F, or click View > Navigation Pane.
Tip: You can also open the Navigation pane by clicking the page count in the status bar.
Browse by headings
If you’ve applied heading styles to the headings in the body of your document, those headings appear in the Navigation pane. The Navigation pane doesn’t display headings that are in tables, text boxes, or headers or footers.
To go to a heading in your document, click that heading in the Navigation pane.
Tip: To show or hide the subheadings under a heading, click the arrow next to the heading.
If you scroll through your document, Word highlights the heading in the Navigation pane to show you where you are. To go back to the top, click Jump to the beginning.
Browse by page
Click Pages. Then click a thumbnail image to go to that page.
When you do scroll through your document, Word highlights the page you’re on in the Navigation pane to show you where you are.