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Topic: Links in PDFs converted from Word 2004 docs
Conf: (P-PDF) Mac Issues, Msg: 131245
From: CatherineM-S
Date: 4/16/2005 09:18 AM

I've reviewed previous posts and found this one from 2003 that asks my
question exactly:

Monday, July 28, 2003 11:51 AM

I've got Acrobat 6, and OSX10.2.whatever. I'm trying to convert some
large Word documents to PDF, but the links (both internal and
external) don't work in the resulting PDF document.

Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?

I have Acrobat 7 Professional, Mac OS 10.3.8 and Word 2004. I have
hyperlinks in my Word document to URLs and also to within the
document (i.e. Chapters) that I want to be active in my PDF. How do I
make this happen?

If there's not hyperlink command, is it at least possible to be able to skip
to a particular chapter in the PDF by making some sort of internal/faux

Any help or ideas or suggestions would be most appreciated!



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