If you're doing the distillation from within Frame, by Printing to the
Adobe printer... and assuming it isn't a Sharepoint problem...

The first thing to check is whether you preserves the directory
structure of the PDFs when you moved them to the new server, because
as far as I know, the relative path is used.

So if the TOC is in the parent directory and the book components are
in, say a subdirectory under that, you need to recreate that
relationship on the server for the relative relationship to be


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On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 1:51 PM, Anderson, Ben
<Ben.Anderson at guarantybank.com> wrote:
> Frame Gang,
> I've run into an issue and need your help!
> The low down:
> I have a FrameMaker book (8.0) that contains 144 files that I'm
> distilling into individual PDFs using Acrobat Distiller 9.0.  Everything
> distills just fine.  I open the TOC PDF and can click on any of the
> chapter heading and sub-heading hyperlinks and they take me to the
> corresponding PDF and right to the page in the chapter that I selected.
> The problem:
> When I load the PDFs to our Sharepoint Web site (Sharepoint Server 2007)
> and I click on a sub-heading in the TOC PDF, it no longer takes me to
> the right page.  It just takes me to the first page of the corresponding
> PDF.
> I'm I missing something in the process or a setting I need to change??
> Any and all suggestions are appreciated!
> Also, forgot to mention that I'm on Windows XP.
> Thanks!!
> Ben Anderson
> Guaranty Bank Documentation Department Manager
> Email: ben.anderson at guarantybank.com
> Phone: 512-434-1788
> Cell: 512-925-3687
> Fax: 512-434-3130
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