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Topic: closing Acrobat when a PDF file is opened in IE
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 103722
From: talyas
Date: 1/13/2004 12:54 AM

Hi,

when opening a .pdf file in IE, I've noticed that Acrobat is running in background both in version 5 and 6.
If I double click the acrobat icon it is opened in the foreground.
In version 5, I can close the Acrobat window, and still keep working in IE, while in version 6, I am getting a warning that closing the Adobe Acrobat window will close the instance in the IE, and that exactly what happens.

I want my plug-in to open a file in the Adobe Acrobat window (while running in IE environment), and when the user finishes viewing it, to close the file and send the Acrobat window back to background, in both versions 5 and 6. Is it feasible?

Thanks
Tal


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