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Click on the up and down arrows to the right of the gold tab at the top of each set of comments to move between comments. Usually this will take you to the next or previous comment reading from the top of the file. But you can change the order using on the menu.

Keyboard shortcuts

You can use CTRL+DOWN-ARROW on the keyboard to go to the next comment, and CTRL+UP-ARROW to jump to the previous one.

I want to see the text of a comment marked on the page

You can also jump directly to a comment by clicking on the red proofmark for the comment overlaying the page view (often an asterisk asterisk or square brackets left bracketright bracket).

I want to jump to the comment which I can see the text for

If you have scrolled away from the comment you can get back to it by clicking on the right arrow to scroll the page to bring the comment you are looking at into view.
If you have scrolled away from the comment you can get back to it by clicking on the yellow banner at the top of the comment or the right arrow .
Even if you can already see that part of the page, the flashing yellow arrow will move to the comment in question so you can identify it.

Use the menu also

You can do all of these, or go to the first comment in the document, using the entries on the menu: