But shouldn't I be able to enter in a file name different from the book  file 
when I choose File-->Save As? Or do I always have to use the book name.  This 
has worked in the past.

Thanks,
Nancy



In a message dated 3/20/2007 3:52:03 PM Eastern Daylight Time,  
dgcaller at earthlink.net writes:

Hi  Nancy,

This is not a strange problem. It is the way that Acrobat is  designed.  The
links contain the filenames that exist when you creat  them.  You cannot
change the external name of the file afterward and  expect the internal link
names to change too.  It doesn't  happen.  Your observation is correct.
Acrobat is looking for the  original file names.

The solution is to decide on the final file names  before you save as PDF
from Frame.

Hope this helps.

Diane  Gaskill
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Subject: Strange PDF Problem


Hi  all,

We are experiencing a strange pdf problem. We have several Frame  books that
we create pdf's from. We're using Frame 7.2 and I select the  Save As feature
and  then save as pdf. The problem happens when we  change the name of the
pdf
file to  anything different than the  name of the book file (with the .pdf
extension).  Many of the links in  the index and TOC say that the pdf file
does not
exist  because it  seems to be looking for the name of the book file (with
the
.pdf   extension) and not the new name of the pdf file.

Has anyone else had  this problem?

Thanks,
Nancy  Adams










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