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Topic: Start Acrobat in browser without splash page
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 120938
From: oddball
Date: 10/26/2004 06:25 PM

Hi,

bit of a newbie question but I have a website that uses many pdf's that users have to login to access. When they access the first pdf it takes ages for Acrobat to load and also has the annoying splash screen.

I know I can stop the splash screen on my Reader using the options, but this is no good for the many other site users.

Is there any way to start Acrobat without the splash screen using the browser without having to change the settings so that when anyone logs in and accesses their first pdf will have little delay and prefereably no splash screen.

cheers,

Simon


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