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I have a Word doc with cross-references (i.e. "see Section 2.1", where the 2.1 is a hyperlink that jumps you to section 2.1) but when I save the document as a Web Page these cross-refs don't work in the web doc. Interestingly, the bookmark hyperlinks do convert over to the web doc. How can I make my cross-refs work in the web doc? Cliff
I'm using Visio to create flow diagrams that will be published on my company's intranet site. The zoom settings work fine when the file is saved in the Visio format. However, when I save the file as a Web page the zoom settings disappear. Can anyone provide guidance on what to do so that the zoom settings will work in the htm format? Thanks, Beth
Greetings. I have the following problem when sending a web page from Outlook 2000. I have created a web page using MS Word. I have used a lot of text boxes and in some text boxes I have inserted hyperlinks. I then published the web page to a web server, and when I browse the page, the hyperlinks worked as expected. However, when I send the page out using Outlook (I opened the web page inside Outlook and then use the command "Action-Send Web Page by Email", the text boxes becomes some kind of picture, and the hyperlink does not work anymore (because all the text inside the text box becomes one big image). I used the text boxes because I need to do a lot of formatting. Could some one please give me suggestions on how to make the hyperlinks work? Many Thanks & Regards, Patrick
I am creating process flows that I would like to link to external documents and web pages. All of the links I create work fine in the Visio file, but I have problems when I create a web page. All of my internal hyperlinks work (to other pages within the document) in the web page. When I mouse-over the shapes with the external links, the curser does not recognize that a link exists. I am using Visio 2003 and IE 6.0 in an enterprise environment. I've tried to link to files on my local hard drive as well as across the network. I've tried relative and absolute paths, although for my final solution I will need to use absolute paths. I've tried Word docs, html, and Excel docs. Editing the html is not an option since there will ultimately be 100's of links and the document will be regularly updated. I cannot find anything anywhere that states that external links are not supported when creating a web page. I've seen the problem raised in various forms, but have not found a solution to my problem anywhere. I'd appreciate any help!