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Friday, August 29, 2014

Hyperlink a Specific Spot in Google Doc

I'd seen this done before but never had a reason to do it until tonight, but I love it. Let's say you have a shared Google Document and you want to send out a hyperlink to direct someone to a specific part of the document. For example, for our Tech Committee Meeting Agenda/Minutes we keep one document with all of our notes, ideas, and agenda items. For the Tech Committee I wanted to just send them to the latest agenda. Here's how I linked to a particular part of the document.

1. Place the cursor in the document where you want the link to go
2. Go to Insert > Bookmark
3. In the little box that pops up right-click on the Link text and copy the link address
4. Paste it wherever you want, in an email, on a website, on your blog

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