I use a "Mixed Scheme" for my line diagrams and schematics. I use a "Black Box" line diagram symbol to represent the jumper on the one-line diagram. The advantage to the Black Box is I can size it to fit the area representing the jumper. This assumes you are using a component bus bar to accomplish the jumpering.
If you want to show schematic wiring without all wires going to the circuit breaker, I turn on the "Nodal Indicator". This adds oblique lines to show the wiring order.
You may need to right-click on a wire and select "Edit Connection Path" to get the sequence you need.
Hope this helps.
* Edit * - Just as I saved this, I noticed you are using 2015. I don't believe the "Nodal Indicator" option is available in that version. Sorry.
Hi Loretta, your answer was very helpful to me. Thanks for sharing! Could you tell me what the next step is after creating bridges using those wires? Is a component created? Is it possible to assign a manufacturer part to the bridges?