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Topic: can no longer drag files to the bookmarks tab to append ?
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 92454
From: b_phillips
Date: 7/19/2003 09:23 AM

I used to use drag and drop a lot in Acrobat 5 to append files web pages, pictures etc to a document, Acrobat 5 would just ask where I wanted to insert the new item. In version 6 if I try the same thing I get a new pdf created for each item i drop. I cant believe that Adobe would be stupid enough to take away such a good feature (?) so I guess theres an option somewhere ........ can anyone help.

Thanks in advance .. Barrie

If I try and use the right click option on an offline web page (i.e. just a local html file) and select "convert ..." thats fine .. BUT if I select "Combine..." i get a message saying xxxxxxxx.html is not a recognised type .. ? WTF is going on .. has it suddenly become illegal to combine 2 html files ? ...(easily)
oh and another .. :( .. when i extract a jpeg that was added (originally a jpeg) the extracted jpg filesize differs from the original.. Im pretty sure when I tried this in Acrobat 5 the extracted file was the same size (and so the same file presumably)

Just having a moan .. I'll stop now ;)

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