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Topic: Keeping docs open in Adobe Reader when using openDoc
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 101797
From: kjfish
Date: 12/5/2003 02:20 AM

I have a document that contains a button that has the following
code in a mouse up action. When I click the button the specified
document I want to open will open and stay open in Acrobat 6.0.1
Professional.

app.openDoc("CES Manuals/OTSemStdntStdy34189000/
Start_Here.pdf", this);

However when I open the same document up in Adobe Reader
and click the button I see the specified document open up but then
promptly close. Has anyone else experienced this? I have been
looking to see where the problem is but am not sure what I am
looking for.

Sorry if this is the wrong discussion to post this. I didn't think it a
topic for the JavaScript discussion.


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