Re: Unable to access this site
Date: Sat, 1 May 2004 11:00:09 -0400
Hope this can help.
WD2000: How to Change I. E. to Open Linked Files in Word Instead of in
In Microsoft Internet Explorer, when you click a link to a Word document, by
default, Internet Explorer opens the Word document "in-place" in the Web
browser. This article describes how to open linked documents in Microsoft
Word, instead of opening them in-place.
Web page: http://www.colba.net/~hlebo49/index.htm
"james" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> This may not be the right forum for this but I am unable
> to get the following page to display when clicking it
> from within a Microsoft Office application:
> When I pasted this URL into Word or Excel and clicked on
> it, it gives me "Page cannot be displayed". If you click
> on refresh, the page loads. This also only occurs when
> IE is set as my default browser. I've tried it on the
> WinXP SP1, Word 2003, Excel 2003
> Win2K SP3, Word 2000
> When I changed my default browser to Firefox, I was able
> to access the link from within Word. Any ideas? Seems
> to be the way that Word is interacting or sending the
> link to IE. I would contact WebEx but it doesn't seem to
> be an issue with their URL since it works independent
> from Word and also if a different browser is used. Any
> help is much appreciated.
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