Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Inserting a Whole File into a Document
shown in Figure 1-7. True to the craft, the mystery writer whose bookmarks
are shown in Figure 1-7 wrote the end of the story first and used bookmarks
to jump back and forth between the beginning and end to make all the clues
fit together.
Book II
Chapter 1
Figure 1-7:
The
Bookmark
dialog box.
Follow these instructions to handle bookmarks:
Adding a bookmark: Click where you want the bookmark to go, visit the
Insert tab, and click the Bookmark button (you may have to click the
Links button first, depending on the size of your screen). Then, in the
Bookmark dialog box, type a descriptive name in the Bookmark Name
box, and click the Add button. Bookmarks can’t start with numbers or
include blank spaces. You can also open the Bookmark dialog box by
pressing Ctrl+Shift+F5.
Going to a bookmark: On the Insert tab, click the Bookmark button (you
may have to click the Links button first), double-click the bookmark in
the Bookmark dialog box, and click the Close button.
Deleting a bookmark: Select the bookmark in the Bookmark dialog box
and click the Delete button.
Word uses bookmarks for many purposes. For example, bookmarks indicate
where cross-references are located in a document.
Inserting a Whole File into a Document
One of the beautiful things about word processing is being able to recycle
documents. Say that you wrote an essay on the Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher
that would fit very nicely in a broader report on North American birds. You
can insert the Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher document into your report document:
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