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    Forward & Back. (Office 2003 / W2K PE)

    I know this si possible, but I don't know how to do it.
    I am creating a document and, at a given point I will insert a note (lets will call this "Note 1", in different color and italics font) which, when clicked sends the reader to another section at the end of the document, where further explanation is given.
    Then, at the end of the explanation, I would like to add another sentence saying "Back to main report", which returns the reader to the beginning of next paragraph immediately after Note 1.
    I have seen this in some Web pages, (they have their "back to the top").
    Your help and guidance will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance

    Daniel Rozenberg

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    Re: Forward & Back. (Office 2003 / W2K PE)

    You can insert hyperlinks in a document; one of the options is to link to other locations in the same document. You mark the place to link to by inserting a bookmark there.

    - Click below Note 1
    - Select Insert | Bookmark...
    - Type a name, e.g. Continue, and click OK.
    - Click at the beginning of the explanation.
    - Select Insert | Bookmark.
    - Type a name, e.g. Explanation, and click OK.
    - At the end of the explanation, type Back to main report
    - Select this text, then select Insert | Hyperlink...
    - Select 'Place in this document', then click on Continue under Bookmarks
    - Click OK.
    - Select Note 1, then select Insert | Hyperlink.
    - Select 'Place in this document', then click on Explanation under Bookmarks
    - Click OK.

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    Re: Forward & Back. (Office 2003 / W2K PE)

    Thanks, Hans.
    I had tried to do it myself, by hyperlinks and bookmarks, but got too confused; that is why I posted the question.
    Your explanation (and guidance), certainly helps.
    Will try it and let you know.

    Thanks again.

    Daniel.

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    Re: Forward & Back. (Office 2003 / W2K PE)

    Hi Hans,

    Well, it worked pretty well.
    In the beginning I had some difficulty because I was trying to enter the bookmark names with the # symbol, and my Office 2003 doesn't like it.
    Other than that, it worked like a charm...

    Thanks a lot.

    Cheers,

    Daniel Rozenberg

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