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Subject:Re: Generating PDFs with FrameMaker 7.1 From:Gary Schnabl <gSchnabl -at- LivernoisYards -dot- com> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com Date:Sat, 09 Aug 2008 15:27:29 -0400
Fred Ridder wrote:
> Joseph Lorenzini wrote:
>> I have a question about generating PDFs with FrameMaker 7.1 I print a book
>> to PDF and then generate the PDF with the PS script. However, the TOC
>> doesn't generate correctly. The page number of each chapter is not
>> hyperlinked while the title itself is. For example, if this entry was in my
>> TOC "How To Start A Program......16", then the How To Start a Program would
>> be hyperlinked but the number 16 would not be. In addition, the sub-sections
>> within the TOC are hyperlinked correctly.
>> Does anyone know why this would be? Is this a bug with frame or do I need to
>> modify a setting?
> I'm not sure I understand what you mean when you say "I print a book to
> PDF and then generate the PDF with the PS script." Normally, you would just
> print the book to the "Adobe PDF" virtual printer, and you'd get the PDF in a
> single step. Or you'd use the Print to File option to generate a PostScript file
> that you'd then run through the Acrobat Distiller tool.
> I'm also not sure what you mean when you say "In addition, the sub-sections
> within the TOC are hyperlinked correctly," because I'm not sure what sub-
> sections you are referring to or why you are mentioning them if they are
> working properly.
The first part is just poor wording--he omitted a word. It appears as if
he meant to say that he printed to the Adobe PDF PS printer file option
as per the Print Setup dialog box.
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