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Since we may not have the automatic PDF embed tools for the next version, is there a work around using an external tool to generate the first (or any) page image to use as the link display value?

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We set the site up for efficiency which included eliminating IMG files in favor of attachments.
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It does not look like this will work without additional development and some configuration changes.

It need to be at least as good as this. It should handle all multipage document types by generating the pdf printer version of the document and optionally storing the original document and/or the pdf version.

When the thumbnail is clicked the default would be to display the pdf document with an additional option to download the original if that had been saved with it as well as the standard download and print options for pdf files.

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