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Topic: Trying to put my pdf-ebook on my homepage
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 82957
From: bjoernrasmussen
Date: 3/15/2003 08:48 PM

I have just bought Adobe Acrobat 5.0 and made an pdf-file with my ebook. But I have problems putting it on my homepage. My homepageaddress is I have made an zipped html-version with this url-address and a Microdoft Reader version with this url-address: Those zip-files work fine. As far as I know. I have made a pdf-file of the book, and in the file-options I have written, that it must be opened by Adobe ebook Reader. I have given it this url-address: But then of course it will be opened as an Microsoft Internet Explorer/Adobe Acrobat page. But I want it to be opened by Adobe ebook Reader. What must I do? Must I use winzip? (I have tried, but could not make it work) Or must I buy another Adobe program? Please help me. Bjoern - Denmark

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