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Topic: Linking and Hiding a PDF Page
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 129305
From: bvannoy
Date: 3/12/2005 11:52 PM

I have a large 15-page PDF file that is a newsletter sent to company employees. Within this document, I want to link to another one-page PDF document that resides on our company's common directory. Trouble is when you click on the link and go to the one-page document, most computers, including mine won't let you open two PDF documents at once, so you have to leave the newsletter document completely. Most people won't want to go through all this, so I'll lose them. I can put the one-page document at the end of my 15 pager, but that looks awful. Is there a way to add this one-page document, but make it invisible until someone clicks on the link?


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