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Topic: Acrobat 6 Link Tool Functionality
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 94158
From: jayurbain
Date: 8/12/2003 03:50 AM

Hi,

Does anyone know how to replicate the Link Tool functionality
in Acrobat 6?

In Acrobat 5.* after drawing the link box you could simply
navigate to the page within the document that you
wanted to link to, save the link, and it would automatically return to the page where you created the link, so you
could continue on.

In Acrobat six, you are presented with a modal dialog
box and can no longer navigate to the page you
want to link to, and must know a specific page number
apriori.

If anyone knows a way around this problem, please let me know as I have _many_ links to create and this easily
triples my time. I may have to revert to 5.0.

Thanks,
Jay


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