Documents can become very long. Bookmarks allow you to link to a specific location in a Google Docs file. This will help you to return to a specific section (or point it out to someone else). How to bookmark specific locations in Google Docs:
How to bookmark specific locations in a Google Docs file
Inserting a bookmark into your file is like creating a link directly to it leading to a point in your document. Bookmarks are visible only when the document is displayed on your computer, and will not be displayed when you print it.
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To Bookmark a Specific Location in a Folder In the Google Docs section, select the location you want (or place the Cursor at the desired position). Open the "Insert" menu and click on the "Bookmark" command.
There should be a blue bookmark band next to the word. Click to display two options: "Link" and "Remove".
Right-click "Link" and select "Copy Link Address" to copy the link to your clipboard.
Use this link to do anything Normally you use a URL: Send it to someone, add it to your favorites, paste it into another page or document, or create a table of contents. When used, the URL will take you to exactly that part of your document.
If you no longer want the bookmark link in your document, click the blue ribbon and then click Remove to delete the link.
If you want to add more than one bookmark, repeat the above steps to create links to different parts of your document.
Bonus: You can also bookmark a specific slide in Google Slides. Click on the respective slide and copy the URL from the address bar. Each slide has a unique URL.
Adding bookmarks makes it easy to navigate a large file and link it to specific sections of a document. It's much easier to handle than starting over and scrolling through it all.