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- Thomas Plehn
March 13, 2009, 6:36 pm
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when microsoft office creates anchors in html documents, it uses tags like
where "f1" is the actual achor lable. This seems to work in latest firefox
versions, but is this portable?
I need to now if it will work in most browsers that are in use today on
I suppose it is not correct following the w3c specification of html/css.
Thanks for advice.
- Beauregard T. Shagnasty
March 13, 2009, 7:42 pm
What part of Office? Microsoft Word? Excel? Powerpoint?
I would be surprised if it *did* work in Firefox! What value is "f1"
supposed to represent? There is no CSS value I am familiar with where it
Show me a URL. If it does anything even in Internet Explorer, I would
also be surprised.
That is very true. Methinks the whole style thingy you show above is for
*importing* back into Word, rather than concerning actual display on the
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