RE: Gray brackets

Subject: RE: Gray brackets
From: technical -at- theverbalist -dot- com
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004 13:49:06 -0700

If you prefer to blithely ignore the bookmarks of your predecessor, you
can turn them off: Tools> Options>View tab, and, under Show, decheckify
the Bookmarks checkbox. That way, at least you won't have to look at those
annoying grey brackets, and as we all know with Word--if you can't see it,
it won't ever come back to bite you in the butt... ;-)

> That might make sense. I'm working in a document that was authored 4
> years ago, so there are A LOT of things I never implemented that I'm
> coming across.
> Thanks
> John Posada
> Senior Technical Writer
> Isogon Corporation
> > I see square light gray brackets around various sections of text,=20
> > sometimes whole paragraphs, and sometimes headings. I have no index=20
> > markers and I cannot figure out what in the style definition might be=20
> > causing them.
> >=20
> > Anyone know what's causing them?
> > =20
> These are bookmarks, created when the writer wanted to link to a section
> of text rather than a heading. I am not sure how to discover which x-ref
> points to that section except by deleting the bookmark and then looking
> for broken links; however, I am sure there must be an easier way.=20

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