Insert a hypertext marker with the Command "Go to URL" where you want to
insert the hyperlink.

In the Syntax box enter "message URL readme.html" without the quotes.
This assumes that readme.html is in the same directory as the pdf. If
it's not, you can put in either a relative path, absolute path, or web
site url.


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[ at lists.frameuse] On Behalf Of Carol Wade
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2007 3:56 PM
To: framers at
Subject: link to HTML doc from PDF

Is it possible to add a link to an HTML document from a FrameMaker
document? My employer wants me to provide a link to the readme file from
the generated PDF.

(I'm on FrameMaker 7.2 and have Acrobat 8.)

Thanks y'all!

- Carol

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