Perhaps I missed this functionality somewhere and if I did sorry for posting, but something akin to this:
support.office.com/en-us/articl … 009d99c2a0
C&P for brevity:
A bookmark identifies a location or a selection of text that you name and identify for future reference. For example, you might use a bookmark to identify text that you want to revise at a later time. Instead of scrolling through the document to locate the text, you can go to it by using the Bookmark dialog box.
There’s the inspector comments feature (Format->Comment). When you have a document loaded in the editor, it will show all of that document’s comments in the inspector, so that when you click on a comment the editor jumps to the corresponding text that the comment is linked to.
You can also mark entire documents with the Status or Label metadata in the inspector, and add column for those values in the outline view of multiple documents (an alternative to the cork board) for a high-level view of which documents you’ve marked for future inspection.
This is what I need, THanks!