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Topic: Running PDFs online with dependancies?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 160091
From: cdgeorge
Date: 5/11/2007 11:07 PM

With some PDF compilations a colleague of mine has created, start the ball rolling with a front page PDF. This front page PDF then links back to other PDFs that are called upon from the front page buttons. When you run this all locally from your hard disk, this all runs fine. But when you try uploading the same directory and file structure to a file sharing service like sharefile.com, and you try running the front page PDF from there - It cannot find the other PDFs even though they are uploaded to the same location in the same directory format - but the difference being they are all online. How can you make this all work online when there are dependancies on other documents? is there a workaround?


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