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Topic: Plug-in to convert Word links to specific line/section in PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 86806
From: stacey_pham
Date: 4/30/2003 12:33 AM

I am trying to convert a 1000-page manual (a .doc file) to PDF. The manual contains 500 links to particular sections that are located on specific lines within the document.

When I use Word Acrobat-conversion tool to convert the document to PDF, the resulting links in PDF only take me to the beginning of the pages where the sections are located and NOT to the specific lines I want to link to.

Is there a plug-in that would enable me to convert my links in Word to specific lines in PDF?

I am using Windows 2000 and Acrobat 5.0.

Thanks for your help.

Stacey


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