Re: A question about Acrobat, plus a question about Intranets

Subject: Re: A question about Acrobat, plus a question about Intranets
From: JAltieri -at- AOL -dot- COM
Date: Sun, 15 Sep 1996 13:51:46 -0400

I believe one way around the problem of losing links in updated documents is
to create the documents with Frame.

I have not tried it, but I think it goes something like this:

To designate links, you can place something like "hypertext tags" in a
document created with Frame. Then, using Adobe's Distiller instead of
PDFWriter, you write the Frame document to a postscript file. Distiller reads
Frame's "hypertext tags" and automatically creates the links that you
designated. When you update the Frame document, the original tags are intact;
you need only to mark the new links and distill the document again.

Jim Altieri

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