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Export Crystal Report Hyperlinks to PDF

Posted on 2003-11-03
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I am trying to export my Crystal Report which contains hyperlinks to network files (L:\\data\file.pdf).  Every time I export the report to pdf, the hyperlinks loose the slashes and become (L:datafile.pdf) and the hyperlinks no longer work.  Is there a way to fix this problem?  I am working with Crystal Reports 8.5 and Adobe Acrobat 6 Professional.

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Glad I could help

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hi mimcc,

i have this issue too ... some of the fields contain Hyperlink ... once i export to PDF, no link is there, looks like the pdf just print only.

what i need to approach is:
i have a cross-tab, on the summary fields, i have 6 - 7 fields, they all have their own formula.
for each field, it has a Hyperlink  ... how can i do this? especially after export to PDF, the link should still there in pdf ....

please advise,
Tommy
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I don't know and other experts may not see this.  You really should start a new question

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