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Topic: relative links to open files
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 118552
From: vitalyki
Date: 9/11/2004 10:12 AM

Hi. I'm a novice at the forum and realize that this question was asked before but I couldn't locate the answer(s). Please help.

I need to create a CD with a table-of-contents pdf file in its root and lots of pdf files in folders that need to be openable through links on the appropriate t4ext strings in the TOC. Using the standard Acrobat 6.0 link tool in Windows XP SP1, I generate links that remember the absolute path to files, that is, the letter assigned to CD-RW drive on my PC (H) stays there, and files cannot be found when the CD is viewed on another PC with a smaller number of partitions on the main hard disks. I was unable to find a tip in Acrobat 6 Help.

vik


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