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I'm creating a large document (text, not presentation) in Google Docs, and I want to be able to link to other pages in the same document (like a pdf or # in the url). So far all I've found is how to link to a doc from an outside source.

If it is possible to link in this way? If so, how?

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Future questions like this should be directed to – Kevin Panko Feb 11 '15 at 15:56
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Yes - create Headings in your file and then a table of contents - if you hover over the table of contents you will see the links needed which you can also add manually.

The more general approach is to use bookmarks (see Insert->Bookmark)

Once you've created bookmarks you can then add links to bookmarks via Insert->Link...

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Great! Thanks for the full explanation! – SomeKittens Jul 25 '12 at 17:08

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