GOTOBUTTON Destination DisplayText

Inserts a jump command, which helps you view long online documents.

destinationA bookmark, page number, or item such as a footnote or annotation
The page number can be a reference inserted using the Cross-reference command (Insert > Reference sub menu)
Use a letter and number for items other than page numbers; for example, to jump to the third section in a document, type s3
s = "section"
l = "line"
f = "footnote"
a = "annotation"
displaytextText or a graphic to appear as the "button." You can use a field that results in text or a graphic, such as BOOKMARK or INCLUDEPICTURE.

* The number doesn't refer to the actual number of an item. For example, "f4" refers to the fourth footnote in the document, regardless of its reference mark number.
* In the following example, a PAGEREF field indicates a page number. To insert the PAGEREF field, click the Cross-reference command on the Reference submenu (Insert menu), and then select the item (such as a table or heading) that you want to jump to. (In the Cross-reference dialog box, make sure that you select Page Number in the Insert reference to box.) You must enclose the letter "p" and the PAGEREF field in quotation marks.
* Except for page numbers and bookmarks you must indicate the destination with the corresponding initial.
* When you double-click the results of a GOTOBUTTON field, Microsoft Word moves the insertion point to the specified location in the document.
* Hyperlinks, which are represented by the HYPERLINK field, are often a better alternative to the GOTOBUTTON field.
* The text or graphic must appear on one line in the field result; otherwise, an error occurs.
* For the Microsoft documentation refer to


Double-click { GOTOBUTTON Summary here } to jump to the summary.
GoTo { GOTOBUTTON index Press Here } to jump to the index bookmark.

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