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Topic: Hyperlink to a specific page within a .pdf
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 148803
From: axelpeterwolf
Date: 4/17/2006 03:57 PM

Hi,
this topic has been around a few times but I have not found the exact answer I'm looking for.

I know that to link to a specific page in a pdf document, I do this:
http://example.pdf#page=7

My problem is that this only seems to work the first time this link is executed in the browser. If I scroll around in the document and then execute the same hyperlink again the document opens at the page I left it before, not the page specified in the link.

How can I make sure that the pdf document opens at the requested page EVERY time?

Thanks,
Axel.



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