If you’re working on a long Word document, navigating through it can be a hassle. This makes it difficult if you need to return to a specific location for further editing.
But Word 2007 lets you bookmark specific parts of your document. Then, you can easily return to the location.
Adding Bookmarks in a Word 2007 document
To insert a bookmark in Word 2007, follow these steps:
1. Select the portion of your document you’d like to bookmark
2. On the ribbon, click the Insert tab
3. Click Bookmark in the Links section
4. Type a name under Bookmark name. Bookmark names must begin with a letter and cannot contain spaces
5. Click Add
Opening Bookmarks in a document
Once you insert bookmarks in your Word 2007 documents, you can open them easily. This makes navigating through long documents a breeze.
1. Click the Insert tab on the ribbon
2. Click Bookmark in the Links section
3. Select the name of the bookmark you would like to open
4. Click Go To
After you’re done editing your document, you’ll probably want to delete any bookmarks you’ve created. Or, you may wish to delete the bookmarks after you’re done editing the bookmarked locations.
1. Click the Insert tab on the Office ribbon
2. In the Links section, click Bookmark
3. Select the bookmark you’d like to delete
4. Click Delete