I am cross-checking an attribute table and clicking on features one-by-one. Is there a tool or key to jump to the next feature (by feature ID), instead of having to click in the gray cell to the left of a record, like a "next" shortcut?

I am using ArcGIS 10.3.1.

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If you stay within the attribute table, your best shortcut would be clicking Ctrl+Enter which will move cursor to the next row and select it. Clicking Ctrl+N will zoom to the selected row.

However, you have to activate the attribute table panel by clicking somewhere inside it if you have been navigating around the map as you will lose the focus.

More shortcuts for ArcMap are here and here.

  • Yes, that's is really what I was looking for!
    – MM_
    Aug 19, 2016 at 11:38

You can browse rows using the 'Move to the next record' arrow under the attribute table:

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But the record won't be selected (highlighted in blue).


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