Create internal hyperlinks within Google Docs
Having recently switched to Google Docs to write and edit my documents, I discovered a useful option whereby you can create links to text within the same document. It’s basically hyperlinking text to another document section, which is ideal if you have large documents like I do.
You first need to bookmark the text/ heading that you want to hyperlink to. Highlight the text, click the Insert tab, then click Bookmark. Next, highlight the text you want to use as a hyperlink, then press Ctrl+k to open the Link pop-up menu. Here, click inside the Link field, click the Bookmarks dropdown menu, select the text you bookmarked, then click Apply (see screenshot). This text will now act as a hyperlink that you can click to jump to your bookmarked text. Repeat this process to create as many bookmarks and hyperlinks as you want.