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    Re: Index pages & Go To (2002)

    Edit | Go To doesn't "know" about the index (or about the Table of Contents, if the document has one), it just looks at the document.

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    Index pages & Go To (2002)

    <P ID="edit" class=small>(Edited by acerfmayer on 24-Dec-08 12:31. Oops - now insertion point does go to index. Don't know what I did differently....)</P>Happy Holidays to all Loungers!

    If a document has an index and you put the insertion point in the index and then use Go To, why does it go to the page in the document and not the page in the index?

    Thank you, Acer

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    Re: Index pages & Go To (2002)

    Do you mean that you have two sections in your document, with numbering that restarts for the second section. So that "the index" is numbered i, ii, iii, iv etc, and then the main document is numbered 1,2,3 etc?

    StuartR

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    Re: Index pages & Go To (2002)

    Hello, Stuart -

    Yes, the index is sandwiched between Continuous section breaks and after the 2d one, a Next Page break. Both the index and document begin with 1 (no roman numbering). As I said in the previous post, suddenly I am being "taken" to the specified page in the index, as desired....

    So, this was a false alarm type of question, after all....

    Acer

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