Steps: 1) Open a blank document 2) Type "abcd" 3) Hit return 4) Type "abcd" and place caret in front of the "a" 5) Click on "Anchor" button and create a new anchor called "a" 6) Select the first "abcd" and click the "Link" button 7) Click "more" to add anchor to link Actual Results: Notice that "OK" button on "Link" dialog is disabled so when I click okay nothing happens Expected Results: "OK" button enabled and I have a link to an anchor for the first "abcd" text Build Date/Platform: 2000120804 using NT
OK button remains grey, you must click in the Link Location field and enter a space or characer to enable the link button -- selecting the named anchor should have enabled the button
Beth is correct, the problem is enabling the OK button -- I just found this problem as well! I changed the summary to be more specific. Actually, even though the button looks disabled, clicking on it does work (obviously that's a different bug)!
Hmm... I clicked on the disabled and I was not able to get anchor to work as shown in the steps below.
The "ChangeText()" method is called when user types in the URL textfield, so simply call this when an anchor or heading is clicked on to do OK button enabling.
Ok is now enabled when you click on an item in Named Anchors and Headings lists.
verified in 1/16 build.