>>Does anyone know of a program that will go through
>>a folder of .PDF files, and create a 'simple text listing'
>>Hypertext linked page in HTML?
>>This would help create a web page that you then
>>can 'click' on a text link, and *go back* and
>>view the .PDF document in the plug-in reader.
Alexander Hopstein replied:
Sorry I do not know any kind of program that works just like this. But
what I know is that
Adobe has SiteMill implemented in the coming PageMill 3.0. And the new
PageMill is able
to check, edit and analyse links in PDFs and with the management
functunality you get an
overview, but no file I suppose.
Since you said "simple text" I presume you are on a Mac. Unfortunately
of PageMill 3.0 is not finished yet. This will take another month I
Check the Web-Site for more details.
I guess I not quite sure I'm getting my request out right, so here goes
I currently have a program that runs against a folder/(sub-directory) of
.GIF or .JPEG type
and creates a hypertexted listing in an HTML page *to* those files.
C:\images\1.gif ; 2.gif ; 3.gif ; 4.gif ; etc.
The HTML page that gets produced looks somewhat like this:
4.gif (all 'clickable' to then view the images from this page)
One program even creates 'little thumbnails' of each file inside the
So this is the request (restated):
Does anyone know of a program that will do this for .PDF files?!?!?
Do you realize how much time one could save creating the links?
I currently do this _by hand_ just to get the HTML links page written,
and it appears to be *A JOB FOR A COMPUTER* to do - and not me.
Help, and as always, thanks in advance!