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Topic: editing the PDF info file or Postscript file
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 53037
From: 7760
Date: 5/29/2002 04:56 PM

This is an Adobe FrameMaker/Acrobat question. Neither Adobe's FrameMaker or Acrobat Tech Support have an answer for me.

I created a Master Index for 10 separate books (Primary Source). To create the Master Index, I had to pull all the chapters from all 10 of my books and put them into a single book file (Secondary Source). The Master Index was built from the single book file, and the links in the Master Index "Go to View" to the files contained within the single book file. I want the links in the Master Index to "Open File" in the Primary Source and go to the reference. Is there a way of editing the PDF information file or Postscript file for the Master Index so that the links go to the appropriate Primary Source?

Thanks for the feedback, in advance.

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