Hi all,
Several days ago I asked for help with this problem and you gave me 
information on the output control functions, which was much appreciated and 
solved some of my problems.  However, I can't seem to find away around the 
following one:

I need to pass a variable value from one page to the next via a link.  I 
need to pass it through the querystring for several reasons, the first being 
that I need to provide underlined links to click on, not submit buttons.  
The second, though less important, is that I'd like users to be able to 
bookmark the resulting page and later access it directly with the variable 

In addition to passing the variable I need to pass an anchor name, so that 
the resulting page loads to the correct place.  I can't seem to make this 
work correctly.  Either the variable gets lost or the anchor doesn't work in 
IE (depending on where I put the quotes in my referrring page).

Does anyone know how to make this work, or how to pass a variable to a form 
without the querystring and without a submit button?

Thanks so much in advance,

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