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Topic: pdf.ocx stacked forms
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 123799
From: holzert
Date: 12/14/2004 09:16 AM

When using the pdf.ocx if you load the first pdf document, it loads fine. Then when you load the same document a 2nd time it populates the form fields with data from the 1st document. If you load it again (calling the loadfile event) it will display the 2nd form in the stack with the correct data for the 2nd document. As you load the same document multiple times it keeps adding the document to the stack. Is there anyway to jump to the last document in the stack? by default it is always displaying the first document in the stack.


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