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Topic: Produce PDF with Web links
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 56017
From: Dianthos
Date: 5/29/2002 05:16 PM

I have an application that is based on the Windows view/document architecture. My documents contain graphics and text and when the text is an URL then on click I treat is as a Web link.When I print this documents to Distiler everything appears to be fine but the links are of course not recognised.Is there any way that the produced .pdf files recognise these links.Preferably I do not want to interfere to the created .pdf file after but before its creation.Excactly like choosing Internet links on the Output tab when producing .pdfs from Word with Distiler.
Thanks in advance

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