Link of title at the top of the page to get to bottom of the page quicker?

I have a long tabled document.

I'd like to add the titles of each section at the top of the page allowing people to click on the titles to be navigated to that section of the table but I've forgotten how to do this. Can you help please?! 

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Sounds like you want the table of content macro?

Davin Studer Community Champion Dec 27, 2017

To expand a little on that a little ... the Table of Contents macro will create nested links based on the headings used in your page.

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Hey Mary,

just for my understanding and Nic already made a perfect suggestion, about how many titles are we speaking?In case you have for example many similiar formatted headings but only want to link to a few (and excluding headings in the TOC macro is tedious, just use the anchor macro and create anchors for every section and link to them at the beginning of the page (and display them the way you want on your page). I sometimes prefer using anchors as I can play around with a nicer visualization than within the TOC macros.

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