I was wondering if it is possible to add a button on a form that would take you to a specific Section on the form.
I know this may sound like laziness (i.e., can't you just scroll to the Section?), however we use a particular form all the time that is quite long with a large amount of data, sections, tables, etc. and being able to have a button that pops you right to that section would save time when using the form, looking up info when taking calls, etc.
Jump to a spot on a form
The formula-URL to initiate the jump was
The anchor tag for where to jump to was a formula-text field with HTML enabled with the formula
In my case I chose to call the link DealerClaim. You can all it what you like. The name is case sensitive and I suggest no spaces or special characters in it as I don't know if they will break the functionality.
So, you put the first part at the top of the form, and the target near where you want to jump to. On the target, hide the field label with an alternate text of blank once you get it working.
Per Mark's instructions above, I set up a new formula url field and chose to display it as a button (in field settings). I put it at top of form, but you can put it anywhere on the form that you may want to access it from.
Also, per Mark's instructions above, you have to also create an anchor tag which defines where you jump to when you press the button you created. This anchor tag is a new field you have to create, a formula-text field with HTML enabled. The formula looks like: "<a name=xyz></a>"