You can use the Navigator for a huge number of things to find your way throughout a Writer document. Read more in this post.
I want to point out something specific today. You can insert bookmarks in a Writer document, and use the Navigator to find them.
Let's say that you occasionally don't write a document perfectly and completely the first time. Maybe you're writing a manual and the subject matter expert who has the info on the new storage feature doesn't come back til next week. You have three paragraphs you need to ask her about in your manual. Plus, you've got a couple paragraphs that need to be updated next month when the new patch goes out.
Or you're writing a tourism brochure and you need more input in various sections from sponsors, and from the Parks and Rec.
How do you mark those sections?
You could make them bright blue, or put in notes, but your editor is a stickler for clean docs, plus this is in a beta release so it needs to look good.
One good solution is to insert bookmarks to mark items that need to be checked or otherwise noted.
1. Click where you need to insert the bookmark.
2. Choose Insert > Bookmark.
3. Name the bookmark and click OK.
4. The name appears in the Navigator. (Press F5 to display it.)
5. When you need to go back to the section, press F5 to display the navigator. Expand the Bookmarks item shown.
6. Double-click the bookmark to go to.
7. You'll go to the paragraph where you inserted the bookmark. Now, do whatever you need to, for that section.