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Topic: Link functionality in browser
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 163605
From: bobbidipity
Date: 12/5/2007 05:01 PM

Hello. I have used Acrobat Professional 6.0.2 to create a PDF brochure
which will ultimately "live" on a Web site. I have it set to open in full-screen
mode and have used the link tool to add the following functionalities: next
page, previous page, linking to a URL, pulling up a blank e-mail addressed
to a specific address (using JavaScript), print and close. It works beautifully
in Acrobat but when opened in a Web browser, it does not open in full-
screen mode and the e-mail, print and close links do not work. Are these
functionalities specific to Acrobat or can the same results be achieved
through the Web? If so, how would I do that?

P.S. My expertise is in graphic design, not programming, so I am rather

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