If you prefer to do this with buttons:
On the 'Menu' Worksheet, create a command button from the Control Toolbox toolbar.
(If this isn't visible, right click on an existing toolbar and check the Control Toolbox).
Select the button Icon and draw a button
Right-click the button and select Command Button - Edit and change the name to the junp location or whatever.
Right-click the button again and select View Code
In the code window that opens enter this:
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
Note that Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() and End sub will already be present, so don't duplicate them.
Change the Sheet name and cell as required.
Repeat with more buttons - they will be automatically numbered e.g., CommandButton2_Click()
Click Save from the Visual Basic Menu.
Alt+f11 takes you back to the main Excel window.
Exit design mode (first icon on the Controls Toolbox toolbar).
Click one of the buttons to run the macro and jump to the set location.
PS with the hyperlink method, users can use a 'Back' icon on a menu bar to return to the menu cells. They are on the 'Web' toolbar, but you can move them to one of the other toolbars, so that you don't have to display the Web toolbar itself.