Xfce | Shortcut for Pg Up / Pg Dn?

I tried using the keyboard shortcuts for Pg Up and Pg Down, that you have in Windows, in my new operative system (Xfce Garuda Linux). It didn't work. So I tried figuring out a way to create my own keyboard shortcuts for these functions. So I wrote "keyboard" in the menu and opened the app with the same name. I pressed "application shortcuts" tab at the top. I couldn't find any Pg Up or Pg Down in the list, so I pressed the "Add" button at the bottom. Now I get prompted to enter a command: "enter the command you want to trigger with a shortcut". I don't know any commands in my head, so I pressed the upload icon to the right to browse a list of commands. The list of commands is overwhelming and I don't know what most of those commands even mean. Now I'm struggling to figure out whether I should find a command for Pg Up / Pg Dn in the list, or whether I should create my own command from scratch. I don't know how to do either of these. How do I proceed?

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XFCE shortcut to scroll page is alt+shift+Page up/Page down

Also, you can refer this as common shortcut in XFCE

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alt+shift+ PgUp/PgDn doesn't give scroll page in my case. But I tried shift+PgUp/Pg/Dn, and it does scroll by 1 page per button press. But the problem is that it work only if I first select a smaller portion of text on the page. And when it does work, it highlights an extra page of text in addition to what was highlighted previously. Is there any way to remove the highlight expansion and make it simply scroll without highlighting stuff?