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Topic: Access PDF Bookmarks from webpage
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 107164
From: lm9882
Date: 3/6/2004 03:18 AM

I am trying to create a web page in which the user clicks on a link which then opens a pdf in a frame and jumps to a bookmark in the pdf. I am able to jump to a page by passing the pdf open parameters, but not to a bookmark. This is what I have so far:
<A href="http://servername/PDFFILE.pdf#page=PAGENO&pagemode=bookmarks' target="framePDF">
I'm also having other issues with this method. If a user clicks on a link that is the same document as the previous link, the frame will not reload and go to the specified page. Is there another way to do what I am trying to accomplish?

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