I'm trying to setup the links on this page: http://limitlesshoops.com/levels.html to lead to specific pages within this PDF: https://fiftyallstars.com/a2z.pdf --- I've found I can lead people to whatever page like this: https://fiftyallstars.com/a2z.pdf#page=7 but I'd like to lead them to a page based on Today's date. I've added a few example pages to the end of the PDF that have 12/01/19 etc. in the header section. I figure if the browser's "find" functionality can scroll to that page, then there should be some javascript that can do the same. Any help would be awesome. Thanks! ------------- Here are some helpful links …

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Importing a hierarchy of firefox bookmarks in konqueror can be tricky, as konqueror's bookmarks editor doesn't read firefox's sqlite databases where the bookmarks are stored. Konqueror bookmarks are normally stored in a file `~/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/bookmarks.xml` , which is actually a dialect of `xml` named `xbel`. I found very little documentation about this transition, and my first attempt was to export firefox' bookmarks in html format, then import the html bookmarks from konqueror. Unfortunately, it failed to import the subfolders in the tree of bookmarks. It seems to me that this forum is a good place to post a working solution. The …

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Hi, Getting some strange behaviour when using Interop to create a Word document from a template. I'm using word to generate a nicely formatted and printable Receipt from Sage 200 based on a Word Template. The code should open Word then create a new document based on the template I have created with bookmarks to populate with the receipt data. The issue is that instead of seeing a single document, I see about 5-6 documents appearing! One of the documents is based on the template I want and the rest are all blank. Also, the document based on the template …

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Yesterday I crashed my Windows 7 when I attempted to install debian in another partition. Today I reinstalled Windows 7 by repartitioning and reformatting the hard drive. After reinstalling Chrome I noticed it retained all my previous bookmarks and settinbs. How can that be? Does Chrome keep that somewhere in a cloud? I didn't do anything other than reinstall Chrome a few minutes ago.

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