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Topic: Linking to specific pages of a large pdf
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 73152
From: Retrocomicbookartist
Date: 9/28/2002 02:45 AM

Hey, guys. I'm very happy to have found this forum 'cause I'm having a problem linking in Acrobat.

Here's the deal:
I have two pdf files - One is a menu where I am creating Invisible Rectangle links which need to open specific pages of a large second pdf. For example, LINK A needs to open page 23 of the 2nd pdf; LINK B needs to open page 54 of the 2nd pdf; and so on...

I've tried selecting the "Open File" Action type, yet this opens the first page of the 2nd pdf, not page 23 as is needed.

Is this possible and if so how do I do this?

Thanks in advance!
Joe
Joliet, Illinois


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