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Working with Bookmarks

Bookmarks can be used to mark an area of a document that you can then cross reference or link to. Bookmarks can also be helpful when navigating large documents. It is a way of identifying an area of the document that has no other method of identification such as a heading or number.

Create a Bookmark

  1. Select the text you want to store as a bookmark
  2. Click Insert > Bookmark
  3. Create a bookmark in Word

  4. Type a name for the bookmark in the Bookmark name: box. Names cannot include spaces
  5. Click Add
  6. The bookmark is added to the list and can now be used as a marker to jump to and to reference

Go To a Bookmark

Once created a bookmark can be used to identify that part of the document. This means that you can jump to it quickly and easily.

  1. Click Edit > Go To
  2. Or

    Press F5

  3. Select Bookmark from the Go to what: list
  4. Select the bookmark you want to go to from the Enter Bookmark name: list
  5. Go to a bookmark

  6. Click Go To
  7. Click Close

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