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Topic: Linking PDF to PDF via web document
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 79257
From: Navodeveloper
Date: 1/10/2003 03:30 AM

I am having difficulty with linking to a PDF document on the web from within another PDF document. The first document opens, but I get an error when clicking the link within this document. The error says that IE was not able to open this internet site. The site is either unavailable or cannot be found.

How do I get the second PDF document to open automatically by clicking on the link. I have created the link as a WWW link, using the URL to our server where the document is located, such as http://n1/com/webgrid20/datagrid_help.pdf.

thanks for any input,
Margie

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