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June 24, 2004, 8:03 am
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What we have are tools that are listed by numbers. But recently the
manuals we use have changed the numbering system. Instead of searching
pages of paper I was volunteered to come up with a web page to be
displayed locally that can search either the new or the old number and
then tell where it is.
What I wanted to do is have a form at the top of the page they could
type in the old or the new number and then it would go to that spot on
the page which tells them where it is. Almost the same as if they
went to edit/find in IE (cntrl + F).
Does anyone know of a way to be able to do this with just plain html
or have any other ideas?
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