Inserts a bookmark at the cursor position. You can then use the Navigator to quickly jump to the marked location at a later time. In an HTML document, bookmarks are converted to anchors that you can jump to from a hyperlink.
To jump to a specific bookmark, press F5 to open the Navigator, click the plus sign (+) next to the Bookmarks entry, and then double-click the bookmark.
You can also right-click the Page Number field at the left end of the Status Bar at the bottom of the document window, and then choose the bookmark that you want to jump to.
Type the name of the bookmark that you want to create. Then, click Insert.
You cannot use the following characters in a bookmark name: / \ @ : * ? " ; , . #
Lists all the bookmarks in the current document.
To rename a bookmark, select the bookmark, press Rename, then type the new name in the dialogue box.
To delete a bookmark, select the bookmark and click the Delete button. No confirmation dialogue box will follow.
If bookmarks are protected, then they cannot be deleted or renamed.
To move the cursor in the document to a bookmark, select the bookmark, then press Go to.