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Ooops, did I promise someone cookies? Uh oh, well, I have banana nut bread
with chocolate chiops and walnuts this week (homemade), if that will do.
I'm using Acrobat 4.05 distiller and I still sometimes drop links in my
original docs > PDF conversion.
Can someone outline what I should be doing in Word to keep my hyperlinks to
appear in my PDF? I feel my education on this point is sorely lacking and
perhaps someone would be so kind and take pity on me and show me the error
of my ways (PDF-wise I mean, the rest my mom is more than glad to point
From: Michele Davis [mailto:michele -at- krautgrrl -dot- com]
Sent: Friday, October 20, 2000 11:07 AM
To: Sanjay Srikonda
Subject: Re: Word hyperlinks
Someone just emailed me and told me I need to be using Acrobat 4.0, not 3.0
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