This is getting mighty frustrating. <frown>
I'm editing a document, in progress, with a table that has multiple
hyperlinks. I don't have the doc anywhere on the web, as of yet, and if
anyone wishes to see the specific doc as it exists at the moment, please
request via email.
I'd appreciate it if someone would try this:
1. Create a document with a table X x Y cells.
2. In a number of cells, insert a hyperlink, with the text being the URL
3. Save the document
4. Click on the hyperlink and open it in your browser
5. Now click on the document, preferably open space.
Does the link get moved to the area of the page where you clicked in the
document? *IF* you have non-printing characters displayed (they
disappeared from my doc and I haven't figured out how to get them back,
it's not a menu selection issue apparently), you can place the cursor on
the left side of the paragraph marker, select Insert>Hyperlink and find
the URL is listed, but no text.
6. For a Mac, do CMD-Z. For Windows, do CTRL-Z
Does the hyperlink restored to its original location, but highlighted?
There's more to this than meets the eye. :-(
Mac OS X 10.6.8
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