You can add hyperlinks to your document that give your readers instant access to information in another part of the same document. The hyperlink can be text or graphics. By using hyperlinks, you can provide information to your readers without repeating the same information on different pages.
To add links that jump from one part of a document to another part of the same document, mark the destination and then add a link to it.
Mark the destination
Mark the hyperlink destination with a bookmark or a heading style.
Insert a bookmark
Select text or an item, or click where you want to insert a bookmark.
Click Insert > Bookmark.
Under Bookmark name, type a name.
Note: Bookmark names need to begin with a letter. They can include both numbers and letters, but not spaces. If you need to separate words, you can use an underscore ( _ )—for example, First_heading.
Apply a heading style
Headings are automatically marked as a destination. All you need to do is apply one of the built-in heading styles.
Select the text to which you want to apply a heading style.
On the Home tab, click the style you want.
Add the link
After you’ve marked the destination, you’re ready to add the link.
Select the text or object you want to use as a hyperlink.
Right-click and then click Hyperlink .
Under Link to, click Place in This Document.
In the list, select the heading or bookmark that you want to link to.
Note: To customize the Screen Tip that appears when you rest the pointer over the hyperlink, click ScreenTip, and then type the text that you want.
Add or delete bookmarks in a Word document or Outlook message
Use hyperlinks in a table of contents