How to insert bookmark into Word document?
A bookmark identifies a location or a selection of text that you name and identify for future reference. How to quickly insert bookmark into Word document?
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Microsoft Office Word provides users with bookmark to identify locations or selected text. Do as follow to insert bookmark into document in Word:
Step 1: Select the desire text or put the cursor at the desire location;
Step 2: Click Insert tab, click Bookmark in Links group;
Step 3: In Bookmark window, set a name to bookmark in Bookmark name box:
Step 4: Click Add button.
Kutools takes insert bookmark function as a separate function, users can use it easily.
Do as follows to insert bookmark into document with Kutools for Word:
1. Select the text you want to insert as bookmark or put the cursor at the location where you want to insert a bookmark.
2. Please apply this utility by clicking Kutools > Insert. See screenshot:
3. Now, an Insert dialog pops out. See screenshot:
4. By default, the selected text or the whole line of text where the cursor places on will be automatically added to the Bookmark Name text box. You can choose to specify a name for the bookmark by yourself. Then click OK.
With Kutools for Word, there is a handy Bookmark Pane for you to list all bookmarks of current document. The bookmark pane does not only list all bookmarks but also provides you with some useful built-in features. See screenshot:
In the Bookmark Pane, you can:
1. Easily navigation between different bookmarks with the button;
2. Quickly remove specific bookmark with button;
3. Update the Bookmark Pane with the button:
4. Insert new bookmark at the locations or position of current cursor with the button.
For more detailed information about Bookmark function group, please visit here.
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