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Using Bookmarks

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When working with a large document or with a web page, you can use Bookmarks to organize the document.  Bookmarks are essentially links that when clicked on, will scroll the user down to the place in the document where the bookmark is placed.  You can have more than one bookmark.  Just name them different names.

Using Bookmarks

1.  Select the item you want to bookmark to.  Or, move the cursor in front of the text you want to place a bookmark at.

2.  Click the Insert menu and click Bookmark.

3.  In the Bookmark name text box, enter a descriptive name for the bookmark.

4.  Click the Add button.

Please Note:  Bookmark names must begin with a letter but can include numbers.  You also can't include spaces in a bookmark name; but you can use an underscore "_" to separate words.  (For example: web_page_1)

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