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While in a document if you insert a cross-reference to an object you can click on the new hyperlink and LibreOffice will move the cursor to the target object.

Unfortunately there is no way of going back to where you started. So if you are proof reading a document and follow a link to see if the cross-reference is inserted in the correct spot, you need to 'page up' or 'scroll' back to where you were in order to keep reading.

This distracts enormously from the process of proofing a document.

I presume it would be easy to create a bookmark before navigating to an in-document hyperlink's target object and provide a button or keyboard shortcut that would allow the reader to move back to where they started.

Ultimately a history of sorts would be good but at the moment a simple 'move back' to hyperlink source would be sufficient.

Cheers Simon

   Simon Cropper
   Principal Consultant
   Botanicus Australia Pty Ltd
   PO Box 160, Sunshine, VIC

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