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Topic: Adding Javascript to a pdf file
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 128095
From: asauer
Date: 2/19/2005 10:54 PM

Hello,

I would like to print out directly a pdf file when requested in a web link. As I understood from several discussions, it is possible to add a javascript directly to the pdf file. Normally this is done by a tool ( in java using itext and something like "print({bUI: false, bSilent: true, bShrinkToFit: true, nStart:2, nEnd:2});" ).

Now my question: Is it possible to add a javascript directly to the pdf file? I have the pdf file in plain text from a pdf converter and now I need the correct place in the file to add the javascript. Can anyone post an example of a pdf file in ascii format containing the javascript for the direct printout?

Best regards Arne



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