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Well, Distiller is whining about a pdfmark (a pdf marker for a xref or
equivalent) in the source doc.
To Distiller, "source document" means the PostScript stream that it sees
Offhand, I'd suspect a bogus xref or index marker or such that would
generate a link in the destination PDF.
Maybe this is enough of a clue?
If you really wanted to get hardcore, FM may be willing to output the
bare PS to a file for examination. But, reading PostScript isn't for the
faint of heart!
Jennifer Randel wrote:
> I'm trying to convert a FM book into a .ps file. Is there anyone out there who can help me decipher a distiller error message?
> %%[Page: 26]%%
> %%[ Error: undefined; OffendingCommand: pdfmark; ErrorInfo: _objdef A245780.1 ]%%
> [0 0 0]
> [6391 4057 7163 3829]
> Thanks in advance,
> Jennifer Randel
> Data Processing Technical Writer
> Kern High School District
626 444-5112 office
626 840-8875 cell
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