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Old May 28th, 2006, 06:07 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.tables
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Default How can I anchor text in word 2000?

In that case, I do not understand what it is that you want to do. If you
can explain it more clearly without making use of personal pronouns someone
maybe able to help you.

Please also advise exactly what you mean by "bookmarked" and "linked to".
Does the former mean that you and selected some text and inserted a bookmark
and does the latter mean that you have inserted a cross reference to the
text of that bookmark?

It will certainly help if you can provide an example in your post of what it
is that you have on Page 1 and what it is that you want to appear at the top
of Page 2.

One final comment is that the only way to stop something at the top of Page
2 from being pushed down by text overflowing from Page 1 is going to be to
have it in the Header. You may be able to control whether or not it
displays by using and If...then...Else... field construction that only
displays it if the page number is greater than 1.

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Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

"Galebat via OfficeKB.com" [email protected] wrote in message
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I can not put the text in any header because they are "bookmarked" and
"linked to" for example "Page1" [has a bookmark and is linked to from
page2,
3 and 4] also pages 2, 3 and 4 are the same both bookmarked and kinked to.
If
I add text to the end of page 1 and it overflows it pushes the text
"Page2"
down. I want to anchor the text "Page2" to it's given page.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:
The information that you want at the top of the page will have to be in
the
header of the section. This may mean that you will need to insert section
breaks before and after the table.

The bottom line is I would like to anchor text to the top of a page. If
the

[quoted text clipped - 31 lines]
l
Table [overflow] l Page 2 [bookmarked]


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Old May 28th, 2006, 11:35 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.tables
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Default How can I anchor text in word 2000?

Bookmarked means I have applied a bookmark to the text and a link to that
bookmarked text from Page2. Pages 2,3 and 4 have the same applied. If I add
additional table data the text PAGE2 is pushed down. I want to anchor the
text PAGE2 to the top of the page. I hope this explains it better.

Sorry what do you mean by "without making use of personal pronouns"?

example
PAGE1[bookmarked] Page2 Page 3 Page4 [is linked to the text on
Page2,3 &4]

table data
table data
table data
end of page

PAGE2 [bookmarked] Page2 [has a link to the text on Page2]
table data
table data
table data
end of page

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:
In that case, I do not understand what it is that you want to do. If you
can explain it more clearly without making use of personal pronouns someone
maybe able to help you.

Please also advise exactly what you mean by "bookmarked" and "linked to".
Does the former mean that you and selected some text and inserted a bookmark
and does the latter mean that you have inserted a cross reference to the
text of that bookmark?

It will certainly help if you can provide an example in your post of what it
is that you have on Page 1 and what it is that you want to appear at the top
of Page 2.

One final comment is that the only way to stop something at the top of Page
2 from being pushed down by text overflowing from Page 1 is going to be to
have it in the Header. You may be able to control whether or not it
displays by using and If...then...Else... field construction that only
displays it if the page number is greater than 1.

I can not put the text in any header because they are "bookmarked" and
"linked to" for example "Page1" [has a bookmark and is linked to from

[quoted text clipped - 15 lines]
l
Table [overflow] l Page 2 [bookmarked]


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Old May 28th, 2006, 11:43 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.tables
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Default How can I anchor text in word 2000?

Perhaps if you tried putting aside for the moment the methods you are using
(ie forget about the links and the bookmarks); simply describe, in plain
language, what you actually want to end up with.


"Galebat via OfficeKB.com" [email protected] wrote in message
news:[email protected]
Bookmarked means I have applied a bookmark to the text and a link to that
bookmarked text from Page2. Pages 2,3 and 4 have the same applied. If I
add
additional table data the text PAGE2 is pushed down. I want to anchor the
text PAGE2 to the top of the page. I hope this explains it better.

Sorry what do you mean by "without making use of personal pronouns"?

example
PAGE1[bookmarked] Page2 Page 3 Page4 [is linked to the text on
Page2,3 &4]

table data
table data
table data
end of page

PAGE2 [bookmarked] Page2 [has a link to the text on Page2]
table data
table data
table data
end of page

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:
In that case, I do not understand what it is that you want to do. If you
can explain it more clearly without making use of personal pronouns
someone
maybe able to help you.

Please also advise exactly what you mean by "bookmarked" and "linked to".
Does the former mean that you and selected some text and inserted a
bookmark
and does the latter mean that you have inserted a cross reference to the
text of that bookmark?

It will certainly help if you can provide an example in your post of what
it
is that you have on Page 1 and what it is that you want to appear at the
top
of Page 2.

One final comment is that the only way to stop something at the top of
Page
2 from being pushed down by text overflowing from Page 1 is going to be to
have it in the Header. You may be able to control whether or not it
displays by using and If...then...Else... field construction that only
displays it if the page number is greater than 1.

I can not put the text in any header because they are "bookmarked" and
"linked to" for example "Page1" [has a bookmark and is linked to from

[quoted text clipped - 15 lines]
l
Table [overflow] l Page 2 [bookmarked]


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Old May 29th, 2006, 04:55 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.tables
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Maybe it's not a pronoun, but I do not know exactly to what the use of the
word "then" referred in the following "text in any header because they are
"bookmarked" "

And, as Jezebell and I previously suggested, it will certainly help if you
can provide an example in your post of what it
is that you have on Page 1 and what it is that you want to appear at the top
of Page 2.


--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

"Galebat via OfficeKB.com" [email protected] wrote in message
news:[email protected]
Bookmarked means I have applied a bookmark to the text and a link to that
bookmarked text from Page2. Pages 2,3 and 4 have the same applied. If I
add
additional table data the text PAGE2 is pushed down. I want to anchor the
text PAGE2 to the top of the page. I hope this explains it better.

Sorry what do you mean by "without making use of personal pronouns"?

example
PAGE1[bookmarked] Page2 Page 3 Page4 [is linked to the text on
Page2,3 &4]

table data
table data
table data
end of page

PAGE2 [bookmarked] Page2 [has a link to the text on Page2]
table data
table data
table data
end of page

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:
In that case, I do not understand what it is that you want to do. If you
can explain it more clearly without making use of personal pronouns
someone
maybe able to help you.

Please also advise exactly what you mean by "bookmarked" and "linked to".
Does the former mean that you and selected some text and inserted a
bookmark
and does the latter mean that you have inserted a cross reference to the
text of that bookmark?

It will certainly help if you can provide an example in your post of what
it
is that you have on Page 1 and what it is that you want to appear at the
top
of Page 2.

One final comment is that the only way to stop something at the top of
Page
2 from being pushed down by text overflowing from Page 1 is going to be to
have it in the Header. You may be able to control whether or not it
displays by using and If...then...Else... field construction that only
displays it if the page number is greater than 1.

I can not put the text in any header because they are "bookmarked" and
"linked to" for example "Page1" [has a bookmark and is linked to from

[quoted text clipped - 15 lines]
l
Table [overflow] l Page 2 [bookmarked]


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Old May 29th, 2006, 08:12 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.tables
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It is a pronoun, just not personal one.


"Doug Robbins - Word MVP" wrote in message
...
Maybe it's not a pronoun, but I do not know exactly to what the use of the
word "then" referred in the following "text in any header because they are
"bookmarked" "

And, as Jezebell and I previously suggested, it will certainly help if you
can provide an example in your post of what it
is that you have on Page 1 and what it is that you want to appear at the
top of Page 2.


--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

"Galebat via OfficeKB.com" [email protected] wrote in message
news:[email protected]
Bookmarked means I have applied a bookmark to the text and a link to that
bookmarked text from Page2. Pages 2,3 and 4 have the same applied. If I
add
additional table data the text PAGE2 is pushed down. I want to anchor the
text PAGE2 to the top of the page. I hope this explains it better.

Sorry what do you mean by "without making use of personal pronouns"?

example
PAGE1[bookmarked] Page2 Page 3 Page4 [is linked to the text on
Page2,3 &4]

table data
table data
table data
end of page

PAGE2 [bookmarked] Page2 [has a link to the text on Page2]
table data
table data
table data
end of page

Doug Robbins - Word MVP wrote:
In that case, I do not understand what it is that you want to do. If you
can explain it more clearly without making use of personal pronouns
someone
maybe able to help you.

Please also advise exactly what you mean by "bookmarked" and "linked to".
Does the former mean that you and selected some text and inserted a
bookmark
and does the latter mean that you have inserted a cross reference to the
text of that bookmark?

It will certainly help if you can provide an example in your post of what
it
is that you have on Page 1 and what it is that you want to appear at the
top
of Page 2.

One final comment is that the only way to stop something at the top of
Page
2 from being pushed down by text overflowing from Page 1 is going to be
to
have it in the Header. You may be able to control whether or not it
displays by using and If...then...Else... field construction that only
displays it if the page number is greater than 1.

I can not put the text in any header because they are "bookmarked" and
"linked to" for example "Page1" [has a bookmark and is linked to from
[quoted text clipped - 15 lines]
l
Table [overflow] l Page 2 [bookmarked]


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Old May 29th, 2006, 01:40 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.tables
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The methods I am using are the primary point. I have described in plain
English what I want to do in the first posting. I have also provided multiple
examples. I am exceptionally knowledge in Office products and have been using
them from since they were developed. I also teach MS Office. However I ran
into this one exceptional problem that I could not figure out no matter what
I did.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank both you and Doug for your
time.


Jezebel wrote:
Perhaps if you tried putting aside for the moment the methods you are using
(ie forget about the links and the bookmarks); simply describe, in plain
language, what you actually want to end up with.

Bookmarked means I have applied a bookmark to the text and a link to that
bookmarked text from Page2. Pages 2,3 and 4 have the same applied. If I

[quoted text clipped - 48 lines]
l
Table [overflow] l Page 2 [bookmarked]


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Old May 29th, 2006, 02:29 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.tables
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Sorry, but your post did NOT explain what you are trying to achieve; only
how you are trying to achieve it. Given that your method doesn't work, you
should try something else. But if you can't bring yourself to explain the
objective, there's no way to suggest what the 'something else' might be.

Lord have mercy on your students.






"Galebat via OfficeKB.com" [email protected] wrote in message
news:[email protected]
The methods I am using are the primary point. I have described in plain
English what I want to do in the first posting. I have also provided
multiple
examples. I am exceptionally knowledge in Office products and have been
using
them from since they were developed. I also teach MS Office. However I ran
into this one exceptional problem that I could not figure out no matter
what
I did.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank both you and Doug for your
time.


Jezebel wrote:
Perhaps if you tried putting aside for the moment the methods you are
using
(ie forget about the links and the bookmarks); simply describe, in plain
language, what you actually want to end up with.

Bookmarked means I have applied a bookmark to the text and a link to
that
bookmarked text from Page2. Pages 2,3 and 4 have the same applied. If I

[quoted text clipped - 48 lines]
l
Table [overflow] l Page 2 [bookmarked]


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Old May 29th, 2006, 03:24 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.tables
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Why is it that my inclination to try to help dries up entirely when someone
writes "I am exceptionally knowledge in Office products and have been using
them from since they were developed. I also teach MS Office." and yet is
unable to clearly describe what he's intending to do or accept that there
might be a better way to do it? I think in this case one of the following is
applicable:

"As long as you always do what you do, you'll always get what you get."

"The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and
expecting different results."

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Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
Word MVP FAQ site: http://word.mvps.org
Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so
all may benefit.

"Jezebel" wrote in message
...
Sorry, but your post did NOT explain what you are trying to achieve; only
how you are trying to achieve it. Given that your method doesn't work, you
should try something else. But if you can't bring yourself to explain the
objective, there's no way to suggest what the 'something else' might be.

Lord have mercy on your students.






"Galebat via OfficeKB.com" [email protected] wrote in message
news:[email protected]
The methods I am using are the primary point. I have described in plain
English what I want to do in the first posting. I have also provided
multiple
examples. I am exceptionally knowledge in Office products and have been
using
them from since they were developed. I also teach MS Office. However I

ran
into this one exceptional problem that I could not figure out no matter
what
I did.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank both you and Doug for

your
time.


Jezebel wrote:
Perhaps if you tried putting aside for the moment the methods you are
using
(ie forget about the links and the bookmarks); simply describe, in plain
language, what you actually want to end up with.

Bookmarked means I have applied a bookmark to the text and a link to
that
bookmarked text from Page2. Pages 2,3 and 4 have the same applied. If

I
[quoted text clipped - 48 lines]
l
Table [overflow] l Page 2 [bookmarked]


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Old May 30th, 2006, 01:50 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.tables
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Being nasty is not a virtue.

The very first posting said, I WANT TO ANCHOR BOOKMARK AND LINKED TO AND
FROM TEXT AT THE TOP OF WORD PAGES. If you dont know the answer, do not
reply to the question. All of my peers and colleagues had no difficulties
understand the question; they just did not know the answer.

This is my last response to you so please do not REPLY.


Jezebel wrote:
Sorry, but your post did NOT explain what you are trying to achieve; only
how you are trying to achieve it. Given that your method doesn't work, you
should try something else. But if you can't bring yourself to explain the
objective, there's no way to suggest what the 'something else' might be.

Lord have mercy on your students.

The methods I am using are the primary point. I have described in plain
English what I want to do in the first posting. I have also provided

[quoted text clipped - 20 lines]
l
Table [overflow] l Page 2 [bookmarked]


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Old May 30th, 2006, 02:31 PM posted to microsoft.public.word.tables
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And from the very begining this (shouted) text has not made any grammatical
sense, which is part of the problem we're having with it.

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Words into Type
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Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so
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"Galebat via OfficeKB.com" [email protected] wrote in message
news:[email protected]
Being nasty is not a virtue.

The very first posting said, I WANT TO ANCHOR BOOKMARK AND LINKED TO AND
FROM TEXT AT THE TOP OF WORD PAGES. If you dont know the answer, do not
reply to the question. All of my peers and colleagues had no difficulties
understand the question; they just did not know the answer.

This is my last response to you so please do not REPLY.


Jezebel wrote:
Sorry, but your post did NOT explain what you are trying to achieve; only
how you are trying to achieve it. Given that your method doesn't work,

you
should try something else. But if you can't bring yourself to explain the
objective, there's no way to suggest what the 'something else' might be.

Lord have mercy on your students.

The methods I am using are the primary point. I have described in plain
English what I want to do in the first posting. I have also provided

[quoted text clipped - 20 lines]
l
Table [overflow] l Page 2 [bookmarked]


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