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>I've made the pdf documents and provided links to them from a web page.
>But, when I link to the pdf doc from the web page, code gobbledy gook
>appears in the browser window (Netscape). Netscape does download the pdf
>file onto my hardrive, and I can then open that pdf file with Adobe Reader.
A) Select "Options --> General Preferences" from the Navigator 2 menu
B) Select "Helpers"
C) Make sure "Acrobat" is somewhere on your list, specifying
each item as needed:
MIME type: Application/PDF
Action: Launch Application
My guess is that your "Action" setting is currently "Save" instead
of "Launch Application".
David (The Man) Blyth
Technical Writer & Web Site Designer
The usual disclaimers apply - QUALCOMM isn't that crazy.