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Geert De Rycke

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Hi Gnaneswar,

What happens is thefollowing. 

When you attach a document asan attachment, it actually stores the path to the file and the file name intothe .storyline file.

When you publish yourpresentation, SL physically copies the file into his external_files directory.

This means that whenever you publishyour presentation(s), the attachments must be where you’ve indicated them tobe.

To overcome this problem we createda repository on a common drive which when we publish will always be available.

Cheers

Geert