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Topic: how do I change the initial view of a password protected PDF?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 123320
From: yorkv
Date: 12/4/2004 02:47 AM

Hello all,
I hope somebody can help me with this.
I received some password protected pdf files from one of our clients. I incorporate all new files to our web, the thing is i always set the initial view to fit in window, so when the file is opened it appears the whole document on the screen but i haven't be able to do this because these files are locked. I've asked twice to this particular client (like almost 2 months ago) to set the initial view which they promised me but they haven't done it. My boss wants me to keep the same page properties to maintain uniformity. Can somebody tell me if there's a way to change the initial view? I really appreciate your help!!!


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