Word allows you to insert bookmarks that can be quickly found. This technique comes in handy for large documents. For example follow these steps:
- Open a large Word document, then go to the location where you would like to insert the first bookmark.
- Choose Insert|Bookmark.
- Then name your bookmark and click Add.
- To navigate to the bookmark, press Ctrl + G and under Go to what select Bookmark.
- Now, under Bookmark name you'll see your newly-added bookmark. Click Go To in order to navigate to the bookmark. Click Close to close the dialog box.
When you have more than one bookmark (and you probably will), click the arrow at the right side of the Bookmark name list box and select your bookmark name.
This tip comes from Sue Whitehouse and is extracted from Tipworld.
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