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Topic: open new browser window from pdf link
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 134055
From: jimp849
Date: 6/8/2005 01:01 AM

I have a need to have the web link in the pdf file open a new browser window when the user clicks on it. The scenario is that the user will log into our application and click on a link that will open the pdf file in acrobat reader. The user will scan the list of sites and click on a link. We don't want the open browser window to be replaced with the new destination. We need to have a new window open up. When the user is done he/she will close the new window and close the acrobat reader. He or she will be left with the first browser window so that they can progress with what they need to do.

Can anyone help me?

Thanks, jim


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