Office Utility for Word
Using bookmarks in an edited documentThe tab is an invisible electronic label that is placed in a specific place in the document and stored in it until it is deleted by the user. A bookmark can be inserted at the current cursor position or assigned to a selected text fragment. Each created tab is assigned a unique name.
Bookmarks serve not only for marking a position in the text for a quick move to this fragment, they can, for example, create and number cross-references. Items marked with a bookmark are also used in fields and macros.
To mark a place in the document as a bookmark , position the cursor or select the text, then on the Insert tab, in the References group, click Bookmark (English Bookmark ), type the name of the bookmark, and click the Add button Add ) . You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + F5. The bookmark name can contain letters, numbers and an underscore. The bookmark name must start with a letter, it can contain up to 40 characters, but you can not use spaces in the bookmark name.
You can configure the display of bookmarks by running the command File - Options - Advanced, in the Show document content category, select the Show bookmarks check box. If a block of text was selected before the bookmark was created, it would be displayed in square brackets , if the text was not selected, the place of the bookmark will be marked with the symbol (I).
To go to the text marked as a bookmark, use the Find-Go command (English Go then ) in the Edit group, the Home tab or press the F5 function key. In the Transfer object field, specify the Bookmark category, in the Enter a bookmark name field, select the name of the desired bookmark, click Go.
To insert the text marked with a bookmark in the document, choose Insert - Express Blocks - Field. In the Categories select the category of the Links and links field, in the Fields window, select the REF field, select the required tab, click OK. The text of the selected bookmark appears in the document. When you change the text marked with a bookmark, the inserted fragment will change (either the next time you open the document or press the F9 key).
If you delete all text when you replace text marked with a bookmark, the bookmark disappears. If you delete a part of the text in the area of the selected bookmark, the remaining items will be marked with a bookmark. However, if the text with the end-of-paragraph character was marked when you created the bookmarks, the bookmark will be saved when you change the last word or the entire text.
Using tabs, you can organize the calculation of values located in different tables. To do this, you must mark the numbers in the cells of the table as bookmarks (you can not mark the end of the cell). In the cell where the result of the calculation will be placed, position the cursor and choose Formula ( Formula ) from the Table menu. In the Formula field, enter formulas using the names of the bookmarks, then press the OK key.
To delete a bookmark without deleting the marked text, select the Bookmark command from the Edit menu and click the Delete button. To delete a bookmark with the text, select the text with the rectangular brackets that define the bookmark, and press the Delete key.
When you copy text marked with a bookmark, the same bookmark will be created in the new document (however, if there was already a bookmark with this name in the new document, the copying will not happen).
You can use bookmarks to create headers and footers if you want to place text in the header area that is not formatted with the standard style. To do this, mark the desired text fragment as a bookmark and add the REF field to the header area with the bookmark specified.