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Mac iWork Pages: How can I create internal links?

I mean, such as one word, as a link, it can lead me go to other page which I set before. (All in one .pages file)

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Double click the desired destination word, and then use Insert > Bookmark to define a bookmark.

Go to the word or phrase you want to send you to the spot above, and in the Inspector window under the Link section, check the box 'enable as a hyperlink'. Choose the destination as a bookmark, the same one you created earlier. The Inspector window is available (if it's not automagically open) by pressing the (i) button on the toolbar.

Here's a screenshot of the inspector:

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Once more, just highlight the word you want to use as a link, and then use the inspector to set the link destination as a bookmark.

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Insert > Bookmark no longer exists in Pages 5.2, which does not seem to support Bookmarks any longer. :( – Cory Klein Jun 17 '14 at 19:11
Yep, not available in 5.2.2 – Max MacLeod Sep 3 '14 at 15:50

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