View all Word Bookmarks on page

Hi

Is there a way to view all the Word Bookmark names at their respective locations at once?

Thanks
Murray BrownMicrosoft Cloud Azure/Excel Solution DeveloperAsked:
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
You can view the start and end of all bookmarks in the document or you can use GoTo to select an individual bookmark.

There is no built-in method for displaying bookmark names in the document.
kulboyCommented:
Unfortunately, Word does not provide an automatic method of printing bookmarks, as it does with other document-related information. The quickest way to print a bookmark list is to just insert the list in your document and then print it. The following VBA macro inserts the bookmark list at the insertion point:
Sub BkMarkList()
    Dim J as Integer

    Selection.TypeParagraph
    Selection.InsertBreak Type:=wdColumnBreak
    Selection.TypeText Text:="Bookmark list for "
    Selection.TypeText Text:=ActiveDocument.Name
    Selection.TypeParagraph
    For J = 1 To ActiveDocument.Bookmarks.Count
        Selection.TypeText Text:=Chr(9)
        Selection.TypeText Text:=ActiveDocument.Bookmarks(J).Name
        Selection.TypeParagraph
    Next J
    Selection.InsertBreak Type:=wdColumnBreak
End Sub
When you run the macro, a heading indicating the name of the file will be inserted, followed by each bookmark in the file. These will be in alphabetic order. The bookmark list has a column break before it and after it, as well.

source: http://word.tips.net/T001019_Printing_a_Bookmark_List.html
GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
In a similar vein, you could insert the bookmark names in distinctively formatted text. The distinctive format will make the names stand out and will also make them easy to remove.

The following macro will add the names after the bookmarks,
Sub FlagBookmarks()
Dim bmk As Bookmark
Dim rng As Range

For Each bmk In ActiveDocument.Bookmarks
    Set rng = bmk.Range
    rng.Collapse wdCollapseEnd
    rng.Text = bmk.Name
    rng.Font.Superscript = True
    rng.Font.Color = wdColorRed
Next bmk
End Sub

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And this will remove them
Sub UnFlagBookmarks()
With ActiveDocument.Range.Find
    .Font.Superscript = True
    .Font.Color = wdColorRed
    .Execute Replace:=wdReplaceAll
End With
End Sub

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Murray BrownMicrosoft Cloud Azure/Excel Solution DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Thanks very much
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