Is there an app that

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  1. hayroset

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    will allow you to open attachments to emails that come in PDF Portfolio format?

    I have iAnnotate but it doesn't seem to work with that format.

    Thanks for the help!

    Hayley
     
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    It's a link, if you follow it it will lead you to a page where (I think as I didn't read in detail) that GoodReader will do what you want.

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    The link explains why some Portfolio items will open and why some won't.
     
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    Thanks, I had no idea that was a link, sorry. Can you tell this is all new to me still?
     
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    Links are always blue, just like on a computer. That is how you can tell.

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    I think it varies with browsers and whether you're using the iPad Forum app. On my current view (Safari), the links are black, but underlined.
     
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    Hm. Weird. Even on Safari, for me, links are colored.

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    By default links are blue in most web browsers.

    Web sites can override the default colors. Some web browsers have options that disable a website's ability to override custom settings such as link color, fonts size, etc. The result is that some people see slightly different versions of a web site, depending.

    In Safari on the iMac with (mostly) default settings, the links are black and underlined on this site.
     

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