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Topic: Navigation problem in 6.0 but worked great in 5.0
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 91924
From: Keniclk
Date: 7/12/2003 06:42 AM

Our office uses various web servers to store PDF documents.
I have linked these documents by the use of the following web link
Example: http://www.adobe.com/document.pdf#page=4
This allowed our staff to access the exact page in a document when it was referenced in another.
This worked great while using Adobe 5.0 through Microsoft Internet Explorer. Every document opened perfectly to the desired page.

We just upgraded to Adobe 6.0 in all our offices. Now when we try to access the documents we get the ERROR page not found.
I noticed that the address displayed in the browser is
http://www.adobe.com/document.pdf%20page=4
where the wonderfully exciting and very helpful "#" symbol in the link address has been changed to "%20".

Has anyone suffered this setback with the new Adobe 6.0?
Have you found the answer to correct it?


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