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Topic: Help About Search Method
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 109937
From: anuk
Date: 4/19/2004 02:27 PM

I am working on javascript in Adobe Acrobat Proffetional 6.0.
I want to search a word from a document. I had taken a text box and a button.
On the click event of that button;I am doing a search of that particular word
which is entered in that text box.
For this I have written the following code::

var tobefound=this.getField("Text1").value;

Above code gives me a result,but it opens acrobat's built-in "search PDF" window.
I want to hide this window on click event of this button and it should give proper result.

Why this default window is opening??? Is it due to the use of built-in search plug-in??
Is it due to the use of "search.query" method?????? Then what should i do???
Please help me out.......
Thanks in advanse...

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