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Topic: Features I created in Acrobat Pro not working in Reader
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 114026
From: waughoo
Date: 6/24/2004 12:06 PM

I have created a PDF document using Adobe Acrobat Professional 6.0. I created some simple features: some links (to external web sites and some to other pages in the document, as well as others that link to external PDF documents). I also created some bookmarks to help with navigation. My plan is to distribute this and I figure most people will access it using the free copy of Acrobat Reader that comes with their browsers. Well, when I open my file in Reader, none of those features are there! No bookmarks, and my links are nonexistent. Is there some simple reason why the features I created in Acrobat won't work in the Reader? Thanks for anyone who can help me.
--Emily in Oklahoma

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