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zeus
 
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In Word 2003, the back button doesn't work the same as Word 2000. I create a
cross-reference to a caption and when I click on the cross-reference, I go to
the caption just like in 2000. However, when I want to go back, using the
back button on the web toolbar, it does not take me back to the
cross-reference, like Word 2000 did. Please help.
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Does Shift+F5 work?

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In Word 2003, the back button doesn't work the same as Word 2000. I

create a
cross-reference to a caption and when I click on the cross-reference, I go

to
the caption just like in 2000. However, when I want to go back, using the
back button on the web toolbar, it does not take me back to the
cross-reference, like Word 2000 did. Please help.


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Shift+F5 seems to take me to random locations, but not back to the cross
reference.

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

Does Shift+F5 work?

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"zeus" wrote in message
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In Word 2003, the back button doesn't work the same as Word 2000. I

create a
cross-reference to a caption and when I click on the cross-reference, I go

to
the caption just like in 2000. However, when I want to go back, using the
back button on the web toolbar, it does not take me back to the
cross-reference, like Word 2000 did. Please help.



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Charles Kenyon
 
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Have you tried Alt-Left-arrow? It works for me. Shift-F5 will take you to
the last place you edited or changed something.
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"zeus" wrote in message
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Shift+F5 seems to take me to random locations, but not back to the cross
reference.

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

Does Shift+F5 work?

--
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup
so
all may benefit.

"zeus" wrote in message
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In Word 2003, the back button doesn't work the same as Word 2000. I

create a
cross-reference to a caption and when I click on the cross-reference, I
go

to
the caption just like in 2000. However, when I want to go back, using
the
back button on the web toolbar, it does not take me back to the
cross-reference, like Word 2000 did. Please help.





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