Set Bookmark and Go To Bookmark commands make it easy to bookmark the current selection with one of two predefined bookmarks and to return to them later.
- How Bookmark commands can help you in your work
- Where to find the tool
- Using Bookmark commands
How Bookmark commands can help you in your work
Where to find the commands
To run the Bookmark commands, use the menu located on TransTools ribbon in Word:
Using the Bookmark commands
Set bookmark 1 / 2
These commands mark the current document location with a bookmark. They create bookmarks named TEMP1 (for ' Set bookmark 1') or TEMP2 (for 'Set bookmark 2') at the current location (selection). As any other bookmark, this bookmark will be saved with the document, so you can return to it any time.
Note: if you are using SDL Trados 2007 Word Interface or Wordfast Classic, be aware that you should not create a bookmark within a segment, otherwise it will be removed when the segment is opened or closed. The best way is to place the caret between segments like shown below (red circle) and then run the command.
Go to bookmark 1 / 2
These two commands restore the selection which was previously marked by 'Set bookmark 1' and 'Set bookmark 2', respectively.
Both bookmarks created with these commands may be manipulated (navigated, deleted) just like any other bookmark:
- Word 2007 or later: Click Bookmark button in the Links group of Insert tab:
- Word 2003 or earlier: Click Insert -> Bookmark...