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Topic: Problem with hyperlinks from PowerPoint
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 108483
From: zuburg
Date: 3/30/2004 02:59 AM

I'm running Acrobat Professional 6.0 on Windows XP. I am trying to create a PDF from Microsoft PowerPoint using the PDFMaker icon from within PowerPoint so as to pick up the hyperlinks from PowerPoint. The type of hyperlinks I used in PowerPoint include hyperlinks to other pages within the PowerPoint file, as well as the Previous, Next page actions on a picture object, and URLs. The PDF file is created, but only the first hyperlink to a page within the PowerPoint file is working in the PDF file. None of the picture images with a hyperlink to go to Next/Previous page is working, but all the URLs were converted correctly. Are there some limitations or incompatibilities I have not yet found documented?

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