How to insert bookmarks in word document with Writer 2013

A bookmark identifies a location or a selection of text that you name and identify for future reference. For example, you might use a bookmark to identify text that you want to revise at a later time. Instead of scrolling through the document to locate the text, you can go to it by using the Bookmark dialog box.

This tutorial will teach you how to insert bookmarks, display bookmark brackets and go to a specific bookmark in word document with Writer 2013.

How to insert bookmarks.

Step 1: Select the place in the text you wish to bookmark. You can either highlight a block of text or click to place your cursor at the start of a paragraph.

Step 2: Access the Bookmark feature. Under the Insert tab, click Bookmark, then the Bookmark dialog box will pop up.

Add bookmarks with Writer 2013

Step 3: Name the bookmark. Bookmark names have to begin with a letter, but they may contain numbers. Spaces aren't allowed, but you can separate words with an underscore (_), as in "Heading_1."

Step 4: Click the Add button, this creates your bookmark and doing something that is good for you.

How to Display bookmark brackets.

Step 1: Click the Writer icon, and then click Options. The Options dialog box will pop up.

Step 2: Choose the View tab, and then select the Bookmarks check box under Show catalog.

View bookmark brackets

Step 3: Click OK to finish.

How to go to a specific bookmark.

Step 1: On the Insert tab, click Bookmark. The Bookmark dialog box will pop up.

Step 2: Click either Name or Location to sort the list of bookmarks in the document.

Step 3: Click the name of the bookmark that you want to go to.

Step 4: Click Go To.