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Topic: Calendar with Links
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 122178
From: egghead
Date: 11/16/2004 09:57 AM

I have inherited a .pdf file that has a small calendar for each month. Clicking on a date in any month calendar is supposed to bring up scanned files for that date.

I'm not sure how it was set up or how to go about doing one for 2005!

When my mouse is positioned over a date the pointer is a flat pointing hand.

When I click on a link a dialog box pops up with this:

Acrobat Database Connectivity Built-in Functions Version 5.0
Acrobat EScript Built-in Functions Version 5.0
Acrobat Annotations / Collaboration Built-in Functions Version 5.0

uncaught exception:Field Day:Mouse Up:1: Invalid argument value for App.openDoc. ===> Parameter cPath.


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