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Posted by: amy Posted on: Nov 26th, 2006, 7:55pm
I have tried htm saved from power point application and it works with multiple sheets
 
but when i tried naming thefile/url with a swf file or htm linking to a swf file and even the executable format.  there is no response.  how can i overcome this?
 
Thanks.
 
Amy
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Nov 27th, 2006, 4:19am
In PaperKiller / RoboAuthor to link any kind of file you should use Insert >Link then the 4th tab (where you can choose the file from the hard disk)


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