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Topic: Mystery error message (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 90786
From: Scribe
Date: 6/26/2003 02:59 AM

Hi all,
A friend put a PDF catalogue online linked to an
index page. However, when he tried to open the
catalogue, he received the following errror message:

error reading linearized hint data

He asked me to fix it so I optimized the PDF file
for web view, re-set the link and posted the files
again. Everything is now working fine.

He also asked me to explain the error message.
I haven't a clue. I've never encountered it before.

BTW, he uses Front Page for his web site. I
use Dreamweaver & Cute FTP. Could the error
message be related to Front Page?

Keep well,
Val Lennox




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