RE: Bookmarks in Word

  • From: "Griffiths, Steve" <Steve.Griffiths@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 11 Dec 2004 11:36:20 -0000

The shortcut for the Bookmark dialogue is Control + Shift + F5. Once you are in 
the dialogue the Add button is only available if its valid, i.e. if what you 
have in the Bookmark name edit/list is a new bookmark, and in this case it is 
also the default button so you can just press Enter rather than tab to it.
So, a quick way of putting a bookmark into a document is to put the cursor 
where you want the bookmark to be, press Control + Shift + F5 to open the 
dialogue, type the bookmark name (which has to be a single word beginning with 
a letter), and press Enter to add the bookmark and close the dialogue.
To use the bookmark, from anywhere in that document press Control + Shift + F5 
to open the dialogue. If there is only one bookmark in the document your focus 
will be on it; if there is more than one arrow down until you find the one you 
want, press Enter once to move the cursor to the bookmark and press Enter again 
to close the dialogue.
Hope this helps,
Steve Griffiths

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