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Why does this stupid behavior occur?

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Old February 26th 08, 07:25 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
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Default Why does this stupid behavior occur?

Whenever I double-click in the header or footer of a 100+ page document to
edit, then double-click on the document text to exit the header or footer,
Word jumps to the very top of the document. Sometimes, it jumps a few pages
up or a few pages down. I've not been able to discern any predictable pattern
to this behavior. At any rate, it is extremely annoying. Is there a way to
stop it?

Gwen H

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