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Subject: MS Help Workshop
From: Peter Kelly <Peter_Kelly -at- BERCLAIN -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 9 Oct 1997 16:52:47 -0400

Hello everybody,

I would be grateful if someone could suggest something to get me out of
my latest bind.

I am working on an HTML help file in MS HTML Help Workshop, and would
like certain hypertext link in my table of contents file to point to a
paragraph within html pages instead of just to the top of the page.

In the URL field, in the Table of Contents Entry dialog box, I treid to
just such a "spot jump" by adding, for example, #pgfId=1044218 after the
URL. But no joy. I printed out the code of the table of contents file
and noticed that it was done using the <OBJECT> tag from Active X. Does
anyone know of a way of inserting links in Active X?


Best regards,


Peter Kelly

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