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Topic: Inserting links in PDF Files
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 154167
From: OB
Date: 9/13/2006 02:01 AM

Hi,

I would like to know how I can insert links to other PDF files that are on my website. I want people to click on a highlighted word in the PDF file and for that file to open in a different window.

I created the links via Latex (which worked fine), when I saved the file as a PDF, the links are there but nothing happens.

I would like to make the fix in the PDF file itself if possible.

I downloaded Elfima notepad, but it can only work with pdf's made from Elfima.

Thanks for any help.


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