IN THIS CHAPTER
This chapter dials you in to the great tools for navigating in and referencing other locations within a long document. You'll learn how to use a bookmark to create a location you can jump to from any location. You'll learn how to add hyperlinks that enable you to jump to another document location or another document, or even spawn a new email message. Finally, the chapter explains how cross-references build on bookmarks, by enabling you to denote relevant information found elsewhere in the document.
A bookmark is a way of naming a point or a selection in a Word document so that it you can easily locate it or refer to in some way. Bookmarks can be used for something as simple as a place marker. You could create bookmarks for: