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Default Hyperlink behavior Word 2007: correct page but wrong part of page


I've searched a lot of place but have not even seen anyone else having this
problem.
Document is a multi-page Word 2007 form template with hyperlinks for
navigation.

In most cases clicking a hyperlink will take you to the correct page, and
the top of the page displays. However on some pages, it either displays the
bottom of the page and/or the top of the next page. Sometimes the cursor is
in the first form field of the following page.

With the template open, view field codes, show bookmarks and show text
boundaries, I still can't see what might be causing this behavior. There are
a bunch of hidden bookmarks (that I didn't create) and I'm wondering if the
answer is there.

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