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Topic: Changing links on pages automatically
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 125893
From: crlaurence
Date: 1/20/2005 08:07 AM

Good morning.

Looking for probably an expert JavaScript writer that works with Acrobat.

I need a JavaScript that will work with Adobe Acrobat that will do the following. (I am using 6.0 Pro on XP)

While viewing PDF's in an Internet Explorer window, I need to create hyperlinks on the PDF pages, that when clicked will open up a new Browser Window, that go to a designated web site?

Then have a JavaScript that will take each of the links that are on one 50 page long document and change each one to work with the script, or change.

Thank you, Mike

belowcost@ml1.net



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