RE: Colons in cross references

Subject: RE: Colons in cross references
From: "Evans, Diane L (Rosetta)" <diane_evans -at- merck -dot- com>
To: "Shannon Wade" <swade -at- daktronics -dot- com>, techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Wed, 6 Dec 2006 15:02:43 -0800

>When I insert the cross reference, there is always a colon
>included. I can delete the colon and save the document without
>However, once I click to print, the hyperlinks revert to their original
>state. Can anyone offer any help?

Check your template. The "hyperlink" style may include the colon.

This is much easier to check on Word 2003.

Diane Evans
Requirements Analyst
Rosetta Inpharmatics

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