Writer: Is there some way to fly to a particular page in a document?

Writer: Is there some way to fly to a particular page in a document?

I have ebooks that are in doc format and it would be handy to do something to take me to the page where I left off.

Can this be done? Like goto page whatever?

The Navigator (openn with F11 or from SidePanel or from the menu) should contain a top toolbar with a little control where you can enter the target page number. The control also has a spin button.

Please note that the numbers shown there refer to the “physical pages” The visible page numbering may be afflicted by settings for the document and by insertiion of manual page breaks.

Insert Bookmark

Inserts a bookmark at the cursor position. You can then use the Navigator to quickly jump to the marked location at a later time. In an HTML document, bookmarks are converted to anchors that you can jump to from a hyperlink.

To access this command…
Choose Insert - Bookmark
Open Insert toolbar, click


To jump to a specific bookmark, press F5 to open the Navigator, click the plus sign (+) next to the Bookmark entry, and then double-click the bookmark.
You can also right-click the Page Number field at the left end of the Status Bar at the bottom of the document window, and then choose the bookmark that you want to jump to.
Type the name of the bookmark that you want to create. The lower list contains all of the bookmarks in the current document. To delete a bookmark, select it in the list, and then click Delete.
You cannot use the following characters in a bookmark name: / \ @ : * ? " ; , . #
To delete a bookmark, select the bookmark from the Insert Bookmark dialog and click the Delete button. No confirmation dialog will follow.