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VBA Help files crossreference links

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by BAC, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. BAC

    BAC
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    XP pro/ MSO 2003 pro


    VBA help usually displays links to "See Also", "Applies to", "Methods",
    and/or "Properties" as appropriate across the top of the help text.

    My current help pages show what appear to be "image place holders" (Squares
    with a small "+" inside) instead of these links. Clicking on the squares does
    not activate a link.

    I've reinstalled Office 2003 twice with "Run All from My Computer" option
    for all applications.

    Being less than a real pro at this VBA stuff, I NEED my help files.

    Any insights as to what causes this and how to fix would be greatly
    appreciated

    TIA
    BAC
     
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