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Subject:RE: tools: MS Word question From:"Halter, Meg" <HalterMC -at- navair -dot- navy -dot- mil> To:"'Becca Price'" <becca_price -at- yahoo -dot- com>, TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Mon, 7 Feb 2000 07:43:31 -0800
Hi Becca --
This isn't a great solution, but it might help. With the find utility you
can seach for links. Unfortunately, it doesn't distinguish between healthy
and broken links. Open the find utility, click the "go to" tab, choose
"field" in the "go to what" box and "ref" in the "enter field name" box.
With the next and previous buttons you can jump from link to link.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Becca Price [SMTP:becca_price -at- yahoo -dot- com]
> I just split one document into two; is there a nifty
> tool in MS Word to search for broken cross references,
> or do I have to scan all 150+ pages to find the "error
> - bookmark not found" messages?