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Topic: Relative Hyperlink in PDF?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 149868
From: jmaclean
Date: 5/13/2006 06:21 AM

Can anybody direct me to a guide to embedding relative hyperlinks in a PDF? I cannot find any good info on this.

Scenario is as follows:

1. I have a JavaScript calling out a pop up menu in a PDF.
2. You click on the respective pop up menu item to go to the respective URL, using app.launchURL.
3. Absolute URL's work fine, e.g., "http://www.adobe.com"
4. I can't get any direction to web pages on my local drive to work. The links must be relative URL's so the file folder can be moved to other folders, computers, etc. I've tried playing with the Base URL, no luck.

Any ideas? Thanks


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