Seasons Greetings!

On one of my web site pages I have links to .pdf files.

When I click on the buttons to open these .pdf's I get the following message:

"A drawing error has occured."

Can anyone explain why this is happening? I never used to get this message until I revised the .pdf's.

Below is the link to the web page in question if you want to see for yourself.

http://www.learnanddobooks.com/back-to-basics-learn-and-do-books-media.htm

Note: the "Poster" button will take a few seconds to open as it is a high resolution image.

Thank you.

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I was able to see all the .pdf files on the page you linked... :-O

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I was able to see all the .pdf files on the page you linked... :-O

This error normally occurs when pdf documents were created with non-adobe software, or Quark 5 with OPI extensions enabled. The easiest solution is to re-create the documents using an adope application.

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