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I use Ctrl+Alt+F all the time to add a footnote. Is there any quick way to jump back without using the mouse? It seriously distrupts my flow.

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There does not seem to be a keyboard shortcut for that.

What you can do is use the Shift+F5 keyboard shortcut which cycles through your last edits. After entering the footnote or endnote text, just press Shift+F5 and most of the time, it will take you directly to the insertion point, if the last point you had been editing was around the footnote marker.

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Though it won't return you to the footnote insertion, you might have some success with Ctrl+Home or Ctrl+End, which will take you to the beginning or end, respectively, of your non-footnote text.

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