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On page 3 of the attached doc file, there are four texts in color:

Add a person, Edit a person, Delete a person, Sort entries by. Upon click on any of these texts, it should jump to the matching paragraph in any of the following pages (see page 4 with matching texts in color).

And, also if possible, upon click on "Return to the chart." at the end of each paragraph, it needs to jump back to the chart.

Question: Is this possible in MS Word; if so, what steps I should follow to do this.

Thank you.
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Question by:Mike Eghtebas
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Hello,

since you already have bookmarks defined for Add, Edit, etc. you can create Hyperlinks to these bookmarks, or you can create hyperlinks to text that is formatted with one of the heading styles.

Select the "Add" shape in the chart, click Insert > Hyperlink > Place in this document > select the entry under bookmark or Headings.

Create another bookmark for the chart (or format the heading with a heading style) and use the same approach to create a hyperlink on the "back to chart" text.

Cheers, teylyn
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by:Mike Eghtebas
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re:> since you already have bookmarks defined for Add, Edit, etc.

No, I have not defined these. Now, how can I remove these bookmarks and then after that, what is the steps to add my own bookmarks.

The existing bookmark must have come along when I coppied and pasted them to my doc file.

Thanks,

Mike
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Ingeborg Hawighorst (Microsoft MVP / EE MVE) earned 2000 total points
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The existing bookmarks don't hurt. You can leave them in without any adverse effects, but if you want to delete them:

Insert Ribbon > Bookmark > select bookmark > Delete.

For the hyperlinks, you don't need bookmarks if you use heading styles for all the headings. You can then hyperlink to the headings, as described above.

cheers, teylyn
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Thank you.
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