Adding a Bookmark in Word

This entry is part 2 of 18 in the series Setup Guide - Bookmark Templates

To create templates, Spitfire uses Word’s Bookmark feature. A bookmark is a place-holder, and each bookmark must have a unique name.

To see bookmarks:

  1. Select File | Options.
  2. Under Show Document Content on the Advanced tab, click Show bookmarks.
  3. Click OK.

To insert a bookmark:

  1. In a Word document, type “test” and highlight it.
  2. From the Insert ribbon, select Bookmark.
  3. In the Bookmark pop-up window, enter a description label in the Bookmark name field.
  4. Click Add.

When the Bookmark pop-up window closes, the text you originally entered in the Word doc will be surrounded by grey, square brackets, identifying it as a bookmark.

 

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