Hyperlink to a Place in the Same Document
LO5 :: To be able to select and present information in the development of the solution to meet an identified need
If you’re working with a long document, you can make things easier for the reader to navigate through your document by adding hyperlinks that will take them to a different part of the document.
For example, you might tell a reader that they can find a copy of your project plan on page 18 of the document. Instead of leaving them to find page 18 on their own, you can turn it into a hyperlink for them to click on.
Creating hyperlinks to different parts of your document is just like creating a content page at the beginning of your document.
You can take a look at the tutorial on creating a content page by clicking on the link below.Creating a Content Table
In order to hyperlink to a different location within the same document, you must first set up a bookmark which you will create the link to. Place your cursor where you want to insert the new bookmark.
Click on the Insert tab and select the Bookmark command.
In the Bookmark window, type the name you want for your bookmark. The name must begin with a letter, but can include letters and numbers (just no spaces).
Click Add to insert your bookmark.
Now that you’ve got a bookmark set up, you can add a link to it. Select the text you want to turn into a hyperlink. Right-click on the selected text, and select the Hyperlink command from the pop-up menu. If you can'r right-click, click on Insert and Hyperlink from the menu.
In the Insert Hyperlink window, click the Place In This Document option on the left. On the right, you will see a list of bookmarks in the document. Select the one you want to hyperlink to.
Click the OK button.
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