Scroll-issue i Word2007


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Anette

In my company we have this strange issue: If I´m on page let´s say 20 in a
document that is where my cursor is. Then I scroll with the mouse to the top
of the document. If I then switch to another application (Explorer or Excel)
and back again then I return to the place with the cursor (on page 20) and
NOT to the top of the document.
This is different from Word2003. Is it a design-change i Word2007 or is
there a setting somewhere I can change?

It does not seem to be an issue in Excel2007.

OS: Windows XP with SP3.

Anette
 
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Donahoo

Anette said:
In my company we have this strange issue: If I´m on page let´s say 20 in
a document that is where my cursor is. Then I scroll with the mouse to
the top of the document. If I then switch to another application
(Explorer or Excel) and back again then I return to the place with the
cursor (on page 20) and NOT to the top of the document.
This is different from Word2003. Is it a design-change i Word2007 or is
there a setting somewhere I can change?

It does not seem to be an issue in Excel2007.

OS: Windows XP with SP3.

Anette


Scrolling doesn't move the cursor; only the view on the screen. What you
see is normal.
 
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D

Donahoo

Anette said:
In my company we have this strange issue: If I´m on page let´s say 20 in
a document that is where my cursor is. Then I scroll with the mouse to
the top of the document. If I then switch to another application
(Explorer or Excel) and back again then I return to the place with the
cursor (on page 20) and NOT to the top of the document.
This is different from Word2003. Is it a design-change i Word2007 or is
there a setting somewhere I can change?

It does not seem to be an issue in Excel2007.

OS: Windows XP with SP3.

Anette

BTW, it works the same way for me in Excel; only it's not a cursor in
Excel. It is a cell that is selected; scrolling with the mouse doesn't
select another cell.
 

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