What you're seeing when you open a PDF in Dropbox (in the app on your phone or on the web) is just a preview of the file. Open the PDF in. Hi Cynthiag,. We apologize for the delay in response. Could you confirm the pdf file that you have been opening, does it contains the web links. Open the email that contains your PDF attachment. Open the message so that you can see the attachment link.
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Thanks, I think that is the only solution but unfortunately I can't guarantee that people will have the pdf reader or download an app. That would be lovely if I had control over the page but I don't unfortunately.
I can do that for my client's own website but the pdf's have been requested by another site. It's a site about racing, my client is just one of the drivers featured on there, I can't dictate anything.
I can't, it needs to be a pdf, my client wants a pdf that he can email to people. Hmm just realised they don't work on Android either, this is worse than I thought! It can't be a Word doc or a html doc or any other kind of doc, it needs to be a pdf.
Edited 7 Years Ago by almostbob: In that case good luck m8! Getting Started: Have something to contribute to this discussion?
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So there you have it. Now you can save anything, from photos to Word documents to webpages, as small, neat PDFs. The resulting PDF looks exactly the same, but you miss out on more-advanced features like excluding pages.
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