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Topic: Lost Highlighting
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54587
From: Herbert
Date: 5/29/2002 05:07 PM

Thanks in advance. This past spring I have a PDF master file with links to
some 200 other pdf's. The link from the master takes the reader to the cited
document where a portion of key text has been highlighted with the yellow
'marker' tool. When I use Acrobat 4.0 (MAC) to view the highlighting, the
highlight appears correctly: full color behind the text. Now, however, when I
view the master pdf file with Acrobat Reader 4.05, the highlighting has
been reduced to merely outlining. That is, the color does not appear behind
the text, only along the edges of the highlighting 'box.'

How can I make the highlighting appear full as it should appear according to
what I see in Acrobat 4.0

I'm going to try to attach both the master file and one of the linked files.

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