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Topic: html links to pages/destinations in PDFs
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 144163
From: creeeeee76
Date: 12/22/2005 03:45 PM

I have been successful in linking a PDF into a targeted frame. Also I have been successful in linking either pages or destinations within PDFs using the href="sample.pdf#page=n" or the href"sample.pdf#nameddest=destname" formats.

The problem is when clicking on one of the links within a browser. After linking to a particular page or destination within a PDF, the other links to another page or destinations in the same PDF do not work!! I found that I have to click on a link that links out of the PDF or click on a click that reopens the PDF without a page or destination. After doing that, then I can click on another link that specifies a page or destination with no problem.

Can anyone help me solve this problem?!

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