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Topic: Converting Lotus Notes Identifiers to links in Adobe PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 160272
From: secm
Date: 5/19/2007 05:15 AM


I have a Word document with links in it that I would like to convert to a PDF. However, the links do not begin with http, but rather begin with a Lotus Notes identifier. Normally, Adobe will convert the document, create the link, and set the action to "open as a web link." However, Adobe does not seem to recognize the Lotus Notes identifier and will not automatically set the action to "open as a web link," therefore, causing the link not to work. Of course, I can go in manually and change all of the links, but I have a significant number on a daily basis and would prefer to have Adobe do it automatically. Does anyone have any ideas regarding a work-around for this? It would be great if I could just set the default action in Adobe to "Open as a Web Link" as opposed to "Go to a page in this document..."


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