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Insert Hyperlink MS word 07 huge slowdown

Posted on 2009-03-30
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Hi

We have a problem where in word 07, you go insert -> Hyperlink -> and browse files over the network, when browsing word halts/freezes up.

This doesnt happen if we simply search for documents over the network, its only in the hyperlink dialog box. Im guessing its because the hyperlink dialog box scans the network or something, we really need to speed this up some how.
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sounds like a dns issue
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