I presume you want to see just one point, or just a handful of points.
About 8: The "previous/next" arrows in the info pane in 8 are there to step through very small sets. They are not an effective way to search through hundreds or thousands of selected points. It is not efficient technique to think "OK, I'll select almost everything and then step through records one at a time with the 'next' arrow until I find manually what I want." Refine the selection down until you can look at a very short list of selected records and the one you want pops out at you based on the attributes you see.
How to proceed in 9:
1. You know how to use Select. Select the points of interest.
2. If the number of points selected is very large, like in your Data image overview jpg, that means the selection criteria used are too broad. Your first task is to refine your selection to a smaller group.
3. Ways to refine your selection:
a) spatial relationships. Use mouse selection in the drawing. There's a user topic on that to help you learn how to do boolean combinations of selections using the mouse.
b) open a table window so you can do filtering and see field contents from selections. That will help guide you in using the Select panel to further reduce the selection, by doing boolean combinations of further selection criteria.
c) filtering techniques and sorts are also a way to refine selections.
Once you have the selection set down to a reasonable number of records, save that selection set so you can go back to it if you want. Then, select the one record of interest and in the map, zoom to that selection. Done.
On a closing note, don't be fooled into thinking that previous/next buttons in 8 make it any easier or quicker to find just the one point you want out of hundreds of selected points. It only seems easier, when the right way is to use better selection technique to narrow down the selection set to only a handful.