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How do you add a bookmark to your document, so that you can jump to a specific location later?
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In Word 2010, click the location in your document where you want to add the bookmark.
Click the Insert tab, and then click Bookmark in the Links group.
Type a name for your bookmark, and then click Add.
For information on bookmarks in Word 2007, see Add or delete bookmarks.
-- Joannie Stangeland
Tried Bookmarks. They are not saved. No access to them after setting/naming one. Program bug?
That's frustrating. They're saved for me, although I didn't mark them as hidden. Are they gone from the Bookmark dialog box?
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Nice info. What is the use of a hidden bookmark? Different between "Standard" bookmark?
What's happened to bookmarking? The world doesn't revolve around single-page documents; some of us really do rely on bookmarking! Once you figure out how to create a bookmark (not an intuitive operation in W2010), good luck figuring out how to use them! Pathetic!
If you select the Hidden bookmark check box, you see all the bookmarks that Word automatically adds (for example, for each heading in the document).
I'm not understanding your question, although I'm sorry that you're frustrated. Can you provide more details on what you're trying to do?
I still do not know how to bookmark. After I click on "Add" what do I do next? Where do I see the bookmarks while using the document?
I typed a name for the bookmark in the box but Add button did not change from "gray" to color showing it as an available option. Whazzup widat?
You should probably make a note that bookmarks cannot start with numbers or have spaces
This is more help than the help screens I can't even find in Word 2010 but how does one find a bookmark after it's been added?
Click the File tab and then click Options to open the Word Options dialog box. In the dialog box, click Advanced, scroll down to Show document content, and select the Show bookmarks check box.
I'm not sure that the last response answers James' question about how to find it; I assume that he wants to USE it and be able to reference that bookmark from another location in the document. Unlike track(ed) changes and certain other function-specific Word views, seeing a bookmark doesn't necessarily help one to use it. So to use it, follow these steps: 1. highlight the place in the document where you want to insert the bookmark (similar to how you identify where you want to insert a hyperlink). 2.Click on the "References" tab. 3.Click on "Cross-reference," which you'll see positioned about mid-page in the ribbon. 4. In the dialog box that comes up, there are two drop-downs. In the one on the left, choose "Bookmark". 5. The one on the right should default to "Bookmark text." 6. Close the dialog box.
I have read all of the comments below and can now add a bookmark; however, I still cannot find anything in Word 2010 that would be the same as the GoTo menu in older versions of WORD. That means that, while I can successfully create a bookmark to resume work later, I still can't use it. Help, please?
Two options should be able to help.
- On the Home tab, in the Editing group, click the arrow next to Find, and then click Go To.
- Click the Select Browse Object button (it's a circle between the arrows at the bottom of the vertical scrollbar), and then click the Go To button (it's an arrow).
Thank you, Joannie.