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I will try to make the issue clearer: I added a bookmark to one file but the bookmark is now listed as part of another file, which is the wrong file.
Let's say I have a file called Funding Sources.htm. It has 2 bullets at the top: Add a Funding Source and Edit a Funding Source. In the same file are two corresponding tasks with the same names: Add a Funding Source and Edit a Funding Source. I put my cursor in front of the first task and insert a bookmark I call "AddFS." Then I select the bullet "Add a Funding Source" and try to add a hyperlink to "AddFS". What happens next is the problem: When I go to the Hyperlink dialog box and select the destination file, which is Funding Source, the bookmark "AddFS" is not there. It's under a different file with a different (but similar) name. So, when the user clicks on the bullet Add a Funding Source, the wrong file opens. I have tried deleting and re-inserting the bookmark but it still is getting saved to the wrong file. I hope the issue is clearer and you can help?
Hi again Elizabeth
Are you up for a desktop sharing session so that I may see first hand what you are describing? If so, shoot me an E-Mail to rstone75 (at) kc (dot) rr (dot) com and I'll send a link where we might connect and I can watch it in action.
I'll be available for about another half hour to 40 minutes or so before I have to head out.
Your solution did solve the problem: Use Project Manager set to View by File Name and then add the hyperlink. When I select View by Topic Title and add a hyperlink, I see the bookmark listed under the wrong file. When I select View by File Name and add a hyperlink, I see the bookmark under the right file. This is definitely a change or perhaps a bug that wasn't in versions prior to RH 6.
Thanks very much for the help.