Problems with PDFS in Dreamweaver

I'm new to Dreamweaver. I need to replace some PDFs that have outdated information. I created new PDFs, saved them to the root, broke the old link, made a new link, connecting the new PDF, selected ctrl + double click to open the PDF to make sure it was there, saved the file, and put the file up. Then, when I  open the changed links in the browser, I get a 404. When I go back to reconnect the old, outdated links, they work, but none of the new links do. It's definitely a user error--I can't find any resources to help me past the problem and  I absolutely cannot see what I am doing differently or wrong. It's making me crazy! I hope you can help! Thanks!

Thank you for your comments. I think it is a path issue, but I don't know how to fix. I'm sure it's something simple too. I saved the PDFs to the same folders that had the old PDFs.
They appear as though they are uploaded correctly into dreamweaver. I can see them in the root directory within their respective folders, and when I select the text that makes the link, the link appears at the bottom of the screen so it looks as though it will be published correctly, but then it isn't.

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