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Using Bookmarks

A bookmark is a named location in a document. Just as you place a bookmark in a book so you can go straight to a specific page, you can insert a bookmark in a document to mark a spot you'd like to be able to locate quickly. In a long document, you may find it helpful to insert bookmarks at key locations, such as the beginning of major divisions.

To insert a bookmark, click where you want the bookmark to go, then select Bookmark from the Insert menu. Type a name for the bookmark, click Add, then click OK.

You won't actually see your bookmark, but you can jump to it at any time by selecting Go To from the Edit menu.

(Posted 12/10/2000)