Is there an easy way to label a sentence or a word inside a document to reference it somewhere else, something like an internal, invisible label? I mean I could also put it into a subsection and write \subsection{Abc}\label{chap:abc}, but is there a smarter way without embedding it into a section?

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    You talk about "reference" and "bookmark", which are very different things. What exactly should be printed?
    – campa
    Mar 10 at 16:20
  • I mean references. I did not mean bookmark in a LaTeX-way, I was just thinking of bookmarks when I wrote that, sorry.I will correct the question
    – DORpapst
    Mar 10 at 16:28

You can use hyperlinks (hyperref package):

\hyperlink{myword}{that word}
\hypertarget{myword}{this word}
  • Thank you, that works
    – DORpapst
    Mar 10 at 16:33

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