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hsg
 
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I have a list of 100 points in the beginning of a document, followed by each
point explained in details. I have created bookmarks for 100 points, by
clicking point 10 you jump directly to Point 10 details below in the
document. For going at top, I have to create a bookmark at each point detail.

Is it possible to create a single bookmark, which shall remain floating on
screen at bottom corner, no matter which page I am reading at? This will
avoid creating 100 bookmarks for going to top of document.

Is it also possible to create a "GO TOP" bookmark in footer so that it
appears on each page. I tried in footer, but it does not activate until I
double click on footer to make it active.

Please help.

Harsh
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Have you tried opening the Web Toolbar and clicking the "Back" button? If
this is a document you are sending to folks you could create a custom
toolbar and put the built-in "Back" button on that toolbar. This way no one
has to know how to get the toolbar open. It will always be there.

Right-click your toolbar area and click the "Web" toolbar to open it up.
Try clicking a bookmark then the "Back" button to see if it works to your
satisfaction. This could prevent from having to create any "Top of page"
links to go back.

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I have a list of 100 points in the beginning of a document, followed by
each
point explained in details. I have created bookmarks for 100 points, by
clicking point 10 you jump directly to Point 10 details below in the
document. For going at top, I have to create a bookmark at each point
detail.

Is it possible to create a single bookmark, which shall remain floating on
screen at bottom corner, no matter which page I am reading at? This will
avoid creating 100 bookmarks for going to top of document.

Is it also possible to create a "GO TOP" bookmark in footer so that it
appears on each page. I tried in footer, but it does not activate until I
double click on footer to make it active.

Please help.

Harsh



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If you create your list of bookmarks as a TOC (much easier, since Word
creates the bookmarks for you), then you can use the Go To TOC button on a
toolbar to go back to the list.

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I have a list of 100 points in the beginning of a document, followed by

each
point explained in details. I have created bookmarks for 100 points, by
clicking point 10 you jump directly to Point 10 details below in the
document. For going at top, I have to create a bookmark at each point

detail.

Is it possible to create a single bookmark, which shall remain floating on
screen at bottom corner, no matter which page I am reading at? This will
avoid creating 100 bookmarks for going to top of document.

Is it also possible to create a "GO TOP" bookmark in footer so that it
appears on each page. I tried in footer, but it does not activate until I
double click on footer to make it active.

Please help.

Harsh


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The "BACK" button works ! Thanks.
I shall also try Table of Contents.

Harsh

"Bill Foley" wrote:

Have you tried opening the Web Toolbar and clicking the "Back" button? If
this is a document you are sending to folks you could create a custom
toolbar and put the built-in "Back" button on that toolbar. This way no one
has to know how to get the toolbar open. It will always be there.

Right-click your toolbar area and click the "Web" toolbar to open it up.
Try clicking a bookmark then the "Back" button to see if it works to your
satisfaction. This could prevent from having to create any "Top of page"
links to go back.

--
Bill Foley, Microsoft MVP (PowerPoint)
Microsoft Office Specialist Master Instructor
www.pttinc.com
Check out PPT FAQs at: http://www.rdpslides.com/pptfaq/
"Success, something you measure when you are through succeeding."

"hsg" wrote in message
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I have a list of 100 points in the beginning of a document, followed by
each
point explained in details. I have created bookmarks for 100 points, by
clicking point 10 you jump directly to Point 10 details below in the
document. For going at top, I have to create a bookmark at each point
detail.

Is it possible to create a single bookmark, which shall remain floating on
screen at bottom corner, no matter which page I am reading at? This will
avoid creating 100 bookmarks for going to top of document.

Is it also possible to create a "GO TOP" bookmark in footer so that it
appears on each page. I tried in footer, but it does not activate until I
double click on footer to make it active.

Please help.

Harsh




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