When creating cross-references between books, the directory structure
relationship between the files must be maintained. If the folder
structure, when you created the links looks like:


the resultant PDFs must maintain the same relationship, forever, for the
links to work correctly.

If you are relocating the PDFs to one folder, you will get broken links.

-----Original Message-----
From: framers-bounces+david.spreadbury=tellabs....@lists.frameusers.com
[mailto:framers-bounces+david.spreadbury=tellabs.com at lists.frameusers.co
m] On Behalf Of Julie Leake
Sent: Tuesday, May 02, 2006 1:21 PM
To: framers at lists.frameusers.com
Subject: Cross Referencing Multiple Book Files

Hi All!

I am creating Release Notes that need to cross-reference to files in 
other books. For example, I have a new feature that I list in this file 
and have cross-referenced to the full explanation in the Using manual. 
The next new feature cross-references to the Configuration manual, etc. 
After creating the Release Notes, PDF the cross-references don't work.

When I click on the link in the PDF, I get the message that "the 
specified file config.pdf does not exist." When I generate the online 
help, it says that there are unresolved xrefs (which are not unresolved 
xrefs in the Frame file). I have updated the links, to no avail. I have 
tried creating the PDF with all the book files and individuals files 
open and I have tried it with only having the book files open. In the 
PDF Setup dialog box, Links tab, "Create Named Destinations for All 
Paragraphs" is selected. What am I doing wrong?

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