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I have a Word 97 problem I hope one of you Word mavens can help me solve.
The name of the company I work for spells its name using different size
fonts. For example, ABCDE software where DE is 3 points smaller than ABC.
The problem is with links, either in a TOC or cross-reference. The format
of the linked company name text changes to one standard size. How can I
have the linked text retain the format of the source text.
Please send your replies tome directly.