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Re: Website Errors

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Anderson, Ben wrote:
> Acrobat (and Frame) Gang,
> I'm encountering an error that maybe you-all could help with.
> Here's the situation:  Our department has a website on our company's
> intranet.  We have the table of contents and the index of one of our
> manuals (in PDF--created from Frame 5.5 on Win95 via Acrobat 3.01)
> linked to the website.  When a user clicks on the TOC or index, Acrobat
> Reader starts up and the file opens.  The user then clicks on whatever
> section he/she wants to access and that file opens up.  Now, once in the
> file the error occurs when the user clicks on a cross-reference to
> another document/PDF.  When the referenced document begins to open, the
> Reader attempts to open the file, which now appears as a blank page, and
> the Browser (Internet Explorer 3.0) hangs.
> Now this error doesn't happen with Netscape, but since only a handful of
> our users have Netscape....ya dig...
It's (almost) well known that IE has difficulties with the Acrobat
reader plug-in,
especially with named desinations and/or cross-file links.

As the Netscape browser is free, ...


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