Bookmark Activity With this activity we will be using a pre-made template that incorporates the use of a map and research templates for different Native American tribes. We will use graphics as our hyperlink bookmarks. Inserting Graphics to use as a bookmark hyperlink Bookmark activity Open the embedded object called Bookmark Activity From your drawing toolbar click on AutoShapes ( if your drawing tool bar is not open – go to View-Toolbars-Drawing- make sure Drawing is checked) We will be using the Stars and Banners section – choose the 32-point Star shape Click and drag the star until it is the same size as the ones currently on the page. Click on the paint bucket on the toolbar to fill in the star yellow (to change colors you can click the drop down arrow and choose another color). You can move this shape anywhere on the page. Making the Bookmark Step one: Positioning and Naming the Bookmark Find a place in your document you want to be able to jump to. Place your cursor by this word or position in the document. Go to Insert – Bookmark Name your bookmark Anasazi NOTE: Choose a name that makes sense so it will be easily recognized later. Click Add Repeat this process for all the bookmarks you will need (Makah, Mississippians, Muscogee, Navaho) Step two: Hyperlink the bookmarks Select the first star that you want to hyperlink to a bookmark Right click-Hyperlink (or Insert-Hyperlink) Click the Bookmark button Select the correct name of the bookmark (place in the document) you are trying to link to Click OK twice You are now bookmarked Repeat this as necessary for the rest of the bookmarks in your document.
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