Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Applying Tools for Speed
Two alternative methods of displaying the Go
To option are pressing F5 or pressing Ctrl+G.
Click Bookmark and then from the Enter
Bookmark Name drop-down menu, choose the
bookmark you want. Click Go To and Word
instantly jumps to the bookmark location.
Figure 7-14
Creating a bookmark.
Type a name for the bookmark and click Add. Word
saves the bookmark and closes the Bookmark
dialog box.
Figure 7-15
Locating a bookmark.
Specifying Hyperlinks
Hyperlinks, similar to bookmarks, take you to a
specific location. However, not only can hyperlinks
jump to a location in your document, they can also
jump to another file on your computer, on your
network, or to a Web page. Like bookmarks,
hyperlinks are useful for electronic reading only and do
not affect a printed document.
Bookmark names cannot include spaces or
special characters except the underscore
character (_).
Now instead of scrolling through the document to
locate the text, you can quickly jump to it. Click
Insert>Links>Bookmark which displays the
Bookmark dialog box along with a list of all the
bookmarks in your document. Select the bookmark
you want and click Go To.
Word automatically creates some hyperlinks for
you. For example, if you type a Web address or
email address, as soon as you press Enter or the
spacebar, Word underlines the area and creates the
link. The AutoFormat As You Type function is what
controls the automatic link creation behavior.
Optionally, you can get to a bookmark by using the
Go To option, found on the Find and Replace
dialog box. Choose Home>Editing and then click the
down arrow next to the Find option. Choose Go To.
The Find and Replace dialog box appears with the
Go To tab on top (See Figure 7-15).
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