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How do you see link names

Postby RGF2aWQgRm94 » Thu, 04 Aug 2005 01:31:06 GMT

I am using Word 2002 on Windows XP. 

I have a document with pictures imbedded that are linked to graphics files. 
Furthermore, not all the pictures are linked. I am making changes and need to 
be able to click on a picture and see if it is linked, and if so, what the 
file is. How do I do that? I have been unable to find any way of viewing this 
information.

If you go to Edit Links, it shows the list of linked files in the document, 
but it doesn't show which actual graphic in the current document those source 
file names are connected to.

I shoudl make clear that these are not hyperlinks, just links to graphics 
placed ona folder on the disk.

David Fox

Re: How do you see link names

Postby Bob Buckland ?:-) » Thu, 04 Aug 2005 01:42:53 GMT

Hi David,

If the graphics linked into the document formatted
as 'inline with text' layout (and they will then
appear in Edit=>Links, you can use Alt+F9 in the
document to toggle the picture vs the field coding
for the link.

If you select one of the linked graphics within the
document then use Edit=>Links the highlighted link
is the one for that graphic.

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I am using Word 2002 on Windows XP.

I have a document with pictures imbedded that are linked to graphics files.
Furthermore, not all the pictures are linked. I am making changes and need to
be able to click on a picture and see if it is linked, and if so, what the
file is. How do I do that? I have been unable to find any way of viewing this
information.

If you go to Edit Links, it shows the list of linked files in the document,
but it doesn't show which actual graphic in the current document those source
file names are connected to.

I shoudl make clear that these are not hyperlinks, just links to graphics
placed ona folder on the disk.

David Fox <<
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