A bookmark link is a link to a specific point in your document. This is useful if you're working with a large document and don't want to use Outline mode. In this video, author Jess Stratton shows you how to create a bookmark link, and create a link to help you jump around from within a document.
- [Instructor] Google Docs makes it easy to create…a bookmark link to easily jump between…one section to the other in your document.…I'm going to scroll down a little bit.…Here you can see we have a Table of Contents.…This was created by using the heading styles…at the top of the screen.…You can turn your document into a Table of Contents easily…by creating various headings…for different areas in your document.…I want to create a link directly…to this Table of Contents.…
I'll start by clicking and dragging…to highlight the text contents.…This is where I'll have my links stored.…From the Insert menu, scroll all the way to the bottom…and choose Bookmark.…It's going to create the bookmark,…but I'm not done yet.…I'll click Link, because I want to…turn this into a bookmark link…so that we can get to it easily.…Now I'm ready to place that link…somewhere else in my document.…I'll create it right on this title page.…
I'll click the cursor into the insertion point,…and now I'll type Jump to Table of Contents.…This is so somebody reading this document…
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