Adobe and Spyglass recently announced a partnership of sorts. Acrobat 2.0
contains an API, which, according to Andrew Busey (S-Mosaic Prod. Manager),
Web developers to create documents in a professional design environment, send
them through the Acrobat 2.0 Distiller ($1,599), and then manually insert
which in fact point to other Web resources -- either an HTML page, an
executable URL, or
another Acrobat file. When a user has opened the Acrobat file through the
browser, Acrobat then works with S-Mosaic if a user clicks on an Internet
within the Acrobat document.
I think this about solves it.
Now, we need this standardized. Good luck . . . .