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----- Original Message -----
> --- Cirrus Matusek <CMatusek -at- LTDCommodities -dot- com>
> > my doc contains 400 "insert linked files." I
> > accidentally selected all and
> > then chose control, shift, F9 which is an undo link
> > function. consequently,
> > all 400 files are no longer linked which means i can
> > never update in the
> > original source, plus 3 days of update gone. being
> > the rocket scientist i
> > am, i saved all before realizing that the links were
> > gone. any thoughts on
> > how i can get back to where i was?
John Posada answered:
> The undo button will override the Save function. Even
> if you save a document, after you save, if you want to
> go back to the version prior to the save, just click
> the back undo button, then when your links are back,
> save again.
> John Posada, Merck Research Laboratories
> Sr Technical Writer, WinHelp and html