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Microsoft® Office Word 2007 Step by Step by Joyce Cox and Joan Lambert

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Adding Bookmarks and Cross-References

Word provides several tools for navigating long documents, two of which—bookmarks and cross-references—enable you to jump easily to designated places within the same document. Both tools require you to mark locations in the document and name them.

See Also

For information about using hyperlinks to jump to other locations, see "Adding Hyperlinks" later in this chapter. For information about using the Document Map to jump to any paragraph styled as a heading, see "Displaying Different Views of a Document" in Chapter 1.

Whether the document you are reading was created by you or by someone else, you can insert bookmarks to flag information to which you might want to return later. Like a physical bookmark, a Word ...

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