How do I link to a particular section in a confluence document?

For example I'm writing a sentence in one part of the document and I write "See the Use Cases section for more details.  I would like the words Use Cases to be a link to another part of the same document.

Is this possible?  

 If not, seems like it should be..

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Hey Saar,

Yes, that's possible to achieve by using the Anchor macro in Confluence. Please, take a look at this documentation: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Anchors

 

I hope it helps. In case you have any questions about it, please feel free to ask here. smile

 

Eduardo

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