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    Display Bookmark Name (2003)

    I would like to be able to reference the bookmark (to a table, fyi) in the body of the document. For instance: "In TABLE1a is the information you need". Can this be done? Easily?

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    Re: Display Bookmark Name (2003)

    Welcome to Woody's Lounge!

    There is no easy way to refer to the name of a bookmark, only to the contents (text) or to the page number of a bookmark. Howeverm if you use Insert | Reference | Caption... to create captions for the tables in your document, you can then use Insert | Reference | Cross Reference... to insert a reference to the caption of a specific table.

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    Re: Display Bookmark Name (2003)

    Thanks for the suggestion. And, thanks for the welcome. Actually I was here before, but I forgot my login name and the email address that I used.

    I find this place a wonderful asset. Keep up the good works.

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