So, if you read the previous article, you now know how to add a bookmark in your document. This article will cover some more information to help you with the bookmarks that you may have inserted in your documents.
There will be times when you want to go straight to a specific bookmark in your document. You could scroll through, but we all know that eats up a lot of time and becomes boring and tedious very quickly.
Follow the steps below to learn how to go straight to a specific bookmark:
- On the Insert tab on your Ribbon, in the Links group, click Bookmark.
- Click either the Name or Location to sort the list of Bookmarks in your document.
- Click the name of the bookmark yo would like to go to.
- Click Go To.
Nice and straightforward!
Next, Displaying Bookmark indicators!
Follow the steps below to learn how:
Once you assign a bookmark to a block of text or an item, the bookmark will appear in brackets [ ] on your screen. If you assign a bookmark to a location, the bookmark will appear as an I-beam. The brackets and I-beam non-printing characters.
- Click the File tab on your Ribbon and Options.
- Click Advanced and under Show document content, select Show bookmark.
- Click OK.
How about changing your bookmarks? Would you like to learn how to do that as well? Then you are in luck!
To change a bookmarked item it is recommended that you first display the bookmark indicators.
You can copy, and cut and paste items that are marked with a bookmark. You can also add and delete text from marked items as well.
Want to delete a bookmark? No problem!
Follow the steps below:
- On the Insert tab, in the Links group, click Bookmark.
- Click either Name or Location to sort the list of bookmarks in your document.
- Click the name of the bookmark you would like to delete.
- Click Delete.
- To delete both the bookmark and the bookmarked item, select the item and click Delete.