> I recently upgraded to Vista and Office 2007. With Office 2003, I was able
> to hyperlink to a specific page in another Word doc (e.g., filename.doc#2 <--
> will take you to the top of page 2). But, Word 2007 will jump to the first
> instance of the number "2" in the document, instead of the top of page 2.
> Bookmarks still work (e.g., filename.doc#bookmark), but it is a hassle to
> create a bunch of bookmarks all the time.
> I also noticed the same problem with PowerPoint 2007, because any hyperlinks
> to a PowerPoint document will jump to the top of the document, instead of a
> specific slide number (e.g., filename.pptx#2 <-- will take you to slide 1,
> instead of slide 2).
> Is this a bug?
I dunno. Have you ever seen this usage of "#2" documented somewhere?
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