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I'm popping out of lurk mode because I'm at my wit's end with a Word issue.
I created a cross reference in a Word document to a heading containing I2C. When I created the link, the 2 was superscripted, but when I updated the link, it was not. I tried manually superscripting the 2, but the same thing happened when I updated the link, even though I had checked the "Preserve formatting during update" box in the Field dialog.
Has anyone run into this problem? Is there a solution?
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