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Old 07-30-2011, 02:42 PM
angharad09@gmail.com angharad09@gmail.com is offline cursor jumps to top when scrolling past table Mac OS X cursor jumps to top when scrolling past table Office for Mac 2011
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Hi, I've seen this problem for years, through three versions of Word for the Mac (2004, 2008, 2011), and it seems to be getting worse. I haven't found a solution anywhere else and I thought I'd try y'all. When I scroll through a document and the cursor gets near a table, it jumps to the top of the document.



Just to rule out a few things:
This has happened on a zillion different documents, I've installed and reinstalled Word, there are no bookmarks or hyperlinks involved. Back in the pre-2011 days, when you could sometimes "heal" a document by selecting everything but the last paragraph mark and pasting it into a new document, that fix did not work for this problem. I don't think it's ever happened on a document I created myself. It may happen more frequently on documents received from Asia, but I'm not sure.

Obviously I've survived it, but it's a heck of a productivity drain. If anyone has a clue on what this is or how to stop it, I'd really appreciate it.
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