Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Topic D: Bookmarks and cross-references
Topic D: Bookmarks and cross-references
This topic covers the following Microsoft Office Specialist objectives for exam 77-881:
Word 2010.
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Objective
6.1
Create endnotes and footnotes in a document
6.1.2 Use a hyperlink as a bookmark
This topic covers the following Microsoft Office Specialist objectives for exam 77-887:
Word Expert 2010.
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Objective
3.2
Create a reference page
3.2.4 Apply cross-references
Adding bookmarks
Explanation
You can use a bookmark to mark a location in a document, which you can then navigate
to directly by clicking the associated bookmark entry in the Bookmark dialog box. You
can add bookmarks to specific locations, text, or objects. You can create references to
these bookmarks from any section of a document by using cross-references .
By using bookmarks, you can quickly find specific sections of a document without
searching for them. Bookmarks are useful when you’re working in a long document. To
add a bookmark:
1 Place the insertion point where you want to add the bookmark.
2 On the Insert tab, in the Links group, click Bookmark to open the Bookmark
dialog box, shown in Exhibit 6-23.
3 In the Bookmark name box, enter a name for the bookmark. Bookmark names
must begin with a letter; numbers are allowed after the first character. Spaces are
not allowed in bookmark names.
4 Click Add.
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