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Thanks,everyone, for your responses. I wasn't very clear in my original post. Dannette's reply, snipped out below, is what I was looking for. I played with this, and can do it. So, thankyou.
I hadn't known about bookmarks in word because I only use Framemaker for my large documents. So this is a really good thing to know.
Dannette Thompson wrote:
>By the way, you can also create hyperlinks to "named" spots in the same word
>document (a.k.a. bookmarks). When you use Word's TOC, Index, Footnote, etc.
>features, these bookmarks and related hyperlinks are created for you