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    I'm working with FrontPage 2000 (yeah, I know it's for newbies. hey, this *is* the beginner's corner, right?) and I'm working with a long list of companies which has a link for each one that goes to a seperate page with more details about that particular company. At the end of that page is a link to go back to the original list, the index.

    My problem is that when the link to go back is clicked on it keeps going back to the beginning of the list index. So I was wondering if anyone knew how to make it go back to where the person was in the list. Like say they were in the M's so that when they went back to the index it would go back directly to where they were. (I hope I'm explaining this right).

    I've looked all through the help file of FP, but I'm not finding anything on this. Any help would be appreciated.

    Jennifer

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    Serial Publisher silver trophy aspen's Avatar
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    Try using Anchors.

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    AdSpeed.com Son Nguyen's Avatar
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    Yes, using bookmark
    It's in Insert/Bookmark
    Or in html code: link.html#M
    - Son Nguyen
    AdSpeed.com - Ad Serving and Ad Management Made Easy

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    e=2.718281828459045235360 HyperBaseball's Avatar
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    You could also use the javascript function to go back one in history-- forget what it is off the top of my head, but I'm sure someone in here can tell you what it is.

    Nevermind, I just found it:

    javascript:history.back(1)
    Jason Unger is me.
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