You can use a variety of tools and techniques to navigate your document.
Scrolling: When you drag the vertical scroller, the name of the part of the document to which you’ve scrolled appears at the bottom of the Word window. To stop this information from appearing, choose Preferences from the pop‑up menu at the top of the Contract Tools pane to show the Preferences view, and then deselect the “Show location when dragging vertical scroller” checkbox.
Double-clicking: When you double-click a use of a defined term (see Working with Defined Terms to learn more), you go to where it’s defined. When you double-click a cross-reference (see Working with Cross-References to learn more), you go to what it references. When you set the insertion point (cursor) within text that you can navigate by double-clicking, it’s highlighted in blue. Highlighting and navigation by double-clicking don’t change your document in any way. To turn off navigation by double-clicking, choose Preferences from the pop‑up menu at the top of the Contract Tools pane to show the Preferences view, and then deselect the “Double-click defined terms and cross-references to navigate” checkbox.
Context button: You can use the Context button at the top of the Contract Tools pane to navigate defined terms and cross-references, to see the name of the part of the document you’re working with, and more. See The Context Button to learn how.
Back and Forward buttons: Click the Back and Forward buttons at the top of the Contract Tools pane to return to items to which you’ve previously navigated. You can also use the Back and Forward buttons in the Contract Tools ribbon tab; see The Contract Tools Ribbon Tab to learn more.
To learn more about the Contract Tools pane, see The Contract Tools Pane.