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Topic: Access 97 Jump to Named Destination in PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 32111
From: RPlant
Date: 1/1/2002 03:19 AM

How do you create a name destination in a PDF file and have Access 97 load that PDF file and JUMP TO THE NAMED DESTINATION?

The destination will vary depending upon where the user is in the Access 97 Database. The database program in Access is a multiple choice question and answer program with a reference popping up for an incorrect choice. The user then clicks on the Ref button and Access presently launches Adobe Acrobat Reader and properly loads the correct 236 page PDF file BUT it ALWAYS goes to the first page. I want each Reference to jump to the proper location or NAMED DESTINATION (which will vary). Any ideas?

Someone told me that I have to use JAVA SCRIPT of which I know NOTHING!

Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance. Happy New Year.

Richard Plant

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