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Topic: Javascript NOT responding in Adobe Reader
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 101490
From: snappictures
Date: 11/29/2003 06:32 PM

I am developing an on-line catalogue which will be packaged onto CDs for mass distribution. The intent is for users to be able to shop from any device that runs Acrobat Reader. As users go through the catalogue, and as they select items for purchase, the catalogue keeps track of the purchases and calculates the total cost including taxes using Javascript's REPORT object. And at the end or at anytime, they can click a button for a summary of their purchases which is a script that prints to screen. My problem is the script works fine in Acrobat 6.0 Professional but not in Acrobat Reader 5.0/6.0. Can someone help?

PS. This application does not use a database. It is being developed for small businesses that do not have websites. The order report will be faxed or emailed to the business.

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