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Topic: Is this the way to go?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 72392
From: hyperkitty
Date: 9/14/2002 07:23 AM

Hi all,
I'm a newbie at Acrobat and I've inherited a project--an employee manual. The manual consists of several bulletins. Currently, all the bulletins are combined into one huge PDF--almost 3MB--and takes forever to view from our company's intranet.
Is there a better way to set this up, where I can leave each bulletin in its own PDF file and somehow link them together in one file? I tried doing this through bookmarks, but when a bookmark is clicked, the document opens and the bookmark "tree" goes away. The bookmark navigation is essential to this document and I'd rather not copy all the bookmarks into each and every PDF. What is the best way to approach this project? Thanks for any help!
K


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