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Save as Web Page, and links to external Visio files

Postby a3JldGNo » Thu, 19 Jul 2007 04:26:01 GMT

Hi All.
I have multiple visio files, each with multiple pages. I'd like to have a 
way of linking from one file to a specific page in another file.  Insert 
Hyperlink gives me that, but when I save as web page, the resulting link is 
wrong. 

Any ideas would be most welcome

Yaron


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