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Old 11-03-2013, 06:40 PM   #362
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Hi Dale,
Users of Atlantis Word Processor can convert documents to PDF through any of the available “PDF printers”. Among the free “PDF printers”, doPDF (http://www.dopdf.com/index.php) does a good job of it, but the TOC hyperlinks are dead hyperlinks in the resulting PDF files. Only the email and Web hyperlinks are kept as active hyperlinks.

This said, any document created in Atlantis Word Processor can be uploaded and converted to PDF for free at http://www.freepdfconvert.com/, or http://www.zamzar.com/. The resulting PDF files have working TOC, email and Web hyperlinks if any were present in the original Atlantis document. I have always been impressed by the quality of the conversions available from these 2 sites.

HTH.
Cheers,
Robert
Good to know. It would be good to ensure those sites are listed in the wiki. However, this information is not related to any feature of Atlantis since they would work just as well on a word file. I stand by my claim that Atlantis cannot save a word file as an PDF eBook. A print to PDF is not the same as a save to PDF (conversion).

Atlantis could probably insert the TOC link data into a file on the way to the printer and achieve better results in the future, but it is not there today. That is the way Neevia docuprinter works which performs this magic with a Word macro.

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