Hi Yves,

Thanks for the tip.
It doesn’t work however, which seems logic to me: “my_doc.pdf” isn’t in the 
C:/temp/ folder, not even temporarily when opening the main pdf file. It’s only 
in attachment of the main PDF and of course I can’t ask my users to put all 
attached PDFs to the required folder.


Tom De Rouck
SGS Documentation Services
Junior Project Manager

From: Yves Barbion [mailto:yves.barb...@gmail.com]
Sent: vrijdag 29 november 2013 10:16
To: de Rouck, Tom (Gent)
Cc: framers@lists.frameusers.com
Subject: Re: Set-up in Framemaker to link to PDF in attachment

Dag Tom
Try this:

message openfile C:/temp/my_doc.pdf

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