Linking to Other Pages in a Document
To make accessing specific pages in a document fast, you can add bookmarks and click
a bookmark in the Link inspector to go to the bookmarked page. You can also add
hypertext that links to the bookmarked page.
Here are ways to use bookmarks in your document:
To create a bookmark, select the text you want to turn into a bookmark. Click Inspector
in the toolbar, click the Link button, click Bookmark, and then click Add (+).
Click Name or Page to sort the
Click a bookmark to jump to it
in the document; double-click
it to edit its name.
Click Add or Delete to
add new bookmarks
or delete a bookmark
selected in the list.
To jump to the bookmark in the document, click a bookmark in the list.
To change a bookmark’s name, double-click the bookmark in the list and make
To sort bookmarks by name or page number, click the Name or Page column header.
To add new bookmarks, click the Add (+) button.
To delete a bookmark, select the bookmark in the list and click the Delete (–) button.
To add a hyperlink that links to a bookmark, select the text you want to turn into
the hyperlink, click Hyperlink in the Link inspector, select the “Enable as a hyperlink”
checkbox, choose Bookmark from the Link To pop-up menu, and then choose the
You can also quickly create a hyperlink using the Insert menu. Place an insertion point
somewhere in your document, and choose Insert > Hyperlink > Bookmark. A link is
added to your document and the Link inspector opens.