The feature that enables you to move directly to a specific location in a document is called “hyperlinking.” Hyperlinking allows you to create clickable links within a document that, when clicked, take you to a different section or page within the same document or to a different document altogether.
By using hyperlinks, you can easily navigate through lengthy documents or jump to specific sections without having to scroll or search manually. This feature is commonly used in electronic documents such as websites, PDFs, and word processing software.
To create a hyperlink, you typically select the text or object you want to link, then use the hyperlink tool or option provided by your document editing software. You can then specify the destination of the link, which can be a specific page, section, or even an external website.
Hyperlinking is a convenient and efficient way to navigate within documents and access specific information quickly. It enhances the user experience by providing easy access to relevant content.
For more information on how to create hyperlinks in different document formats, you can refer to the following resources:
– Microsoft Word: [Create hyperlinks in Word](https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/create-or-edit-a-hyperlink-5d8c0804-f998-4143-86b1-1199735e07bf)
– Adobe Acrobat: [Create hyperlinks in PDFs](https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/link-web-pages.html)
– HTML documents: [HTML Hyperlinks](https://www.w3schools.com/html/html_links.asp)
Remember to consult the specific documentation or help resources for the software or format you are using to ensure accurate implementation of hyperlinks.