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Posted on 2004-08-18
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Pls advise;  When 'inserting' hyperlink in word(2003), there is an 'option' TARGET FRAME, and in excel this option is not available;

pls advise what the difference is??

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The target frame controls where the page opens when clicked in a Web browser. Neither Word nor Excel is meant for Web design, but Word is generally used if you do not invest in FrontPage.

To get around this option, you can import your Excel spreadsheet into Word.
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