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Google Docs: Create bookmarks to get to passages quickly


Have you ever had a long digital text and need folks to navigate to a particular sentence or paragraph quickly? With Google Docs, it's no problem. Just create a bookmark to lead your readers to the exact part of the passage you're looking to highlight.

Read on to learn how to do it!

1. Open the Google Doc in which you'd like to add bookmarks

2. Navigate to the sentence or paragraph you'd like folks to find and read quickly

3. Click to place the cursor where you'd like to place the bookmark

4. Click the 'Insert' menu and select 'Bookmark'*
5. A small, blue bookmark will appear in the left-side margin

6. Right-click the word 'Link' and select 'Copy link address'

7. Share this link with folks who need to read the passage

8. When they click it will take them to that exact part of your document!


*Wikipedia. 4 February, 2020. Pacific swift. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacific_swift.

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