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Help File : CRVS2010 Beginner's Issues

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Searching Ctrl+F1 for "Page Setup Dialog Box" yields a long list of nodes in the left panel.

Yet only nodes that begin with A-F are seen, those G-Z fall off the browser bottom.

Q: How do I vertically scroll the left panel, or move the nodes up?

Q: or access those forsaken nodes via some other links elsewhere?

Also, on the right hand side, lines do not wrap at the IE window edge.

They actually do wrap, but at about 10 words outside the browser unless screen is 1920 wide.

For instance...

The quick || brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox junps || xxxx xxx

zzzz zzz. ||

One needs to scroll right to read "xxxx xxx", then scroll back left to read "zzzz zzz".

ps. Recreated from Page Setup / Help File / Unicode : CRVS2010 Beginner's Issues as advised by Ludek Uher.

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2010 at 02:53 PM

    Not sure I understand.

    When in the .NET IDE, Ctrl+F1 brings me to:

    Searching for "Page Setup Dialog Box" brings up 5 pages on the following URL:

    I click on page setup and get this:

    I suspect I'm missing somehting?


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    Edited by: Ludek Uher on Nov 19, 2010 7:05 AM

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    • This issue was escalated to QA and R&D under the tracking number of ADAPT01517207.

      The issue was ejected due to the following reason:

      Trying the follwoing with MS documentation;

      if you resize the browser window so that the list of topics scrolls off the window, there is no scrollbars. This appears to be an issue with the MS help system.

      - Ludek

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