How To Add Bookmarks In Word Or Outlook 365

We all know how bookmarks work right? You have a book and you want to mark the place where you stopped reading and so we put a handy bookmark in between the pages. Easy peasy, right? Surprisingly enough, it works almost the same way in Word or Outlook! Not only that, but you can add as many bookmarks as you like in your Word document or Outlook message. You can even name them!

Follow the steps below to learn how:

Select text, a picture, or a place somewhere in your document where you would like a bookmark.

  1. Click Insert | Bookmark.

  1. Under Bookmark name, key in a name that is intuitive for you and click Add.

Please note that Bookmark names must begin with a letter. Having said that, they can include both numbers and letters, but no spaces. Should you have a need to separate words, you can do so by using an underscore “_”.

So now that you have created your bookmark, how do you get to it?

Follow the steps below to learn how:

  1. Press Ctrl+G which will open the Go To tab in Find and Replace. Under Go to what, click Bookmark.
  2. Key in or select your bookmark name.
  3. Click Go To.

You can also add links to your bookmarks.



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