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Topic: help w/links
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 120677
From: jiescobar
Date: 10/21/2004 05:51 AM

We just found a problem in the office. Obviously there is some users that have reader 6.0 and some still running on 5.0, some of my documents in my web site are pdf's and they do have links within the document. These links will initially bring a disclaimer, this disclaimer is in the same folder where the pdf is located at, so basically when creating the link we just type the filename.pdf. In 5.0 it works just fine, no problem what so ever, however, if using 6.0, is adding a, http:// in front of filename.pdf and when the user clicks on it they get a page not found error message. What can be done to resolve this issue? Any ideas? Thanks!!!!

Jaime


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