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Topic: Re: Seybold NY 2002> Director-based with calls (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 35297
From: LeonardR
Date: 2/23/2002 02:43 PM

At 2:37 PM +1100 2/22/02, p-pdf-developer Listmanager wrote:
>Creating program which is Director-based with calls to PDFs -- need
>to go to a specific page w/in a PDF file. How can this be done?

If you are using the full Acrobat, then you can do this on
Windows with OLE and on the Mac OS with Apple events. If the user
only has Reader, then you can use DDE on Windows.


>Also, would like to be able to view PDF from within the Director
>application -- limitations with Acrobat to do so. How can this be
>accomplished?
>

I would recommend you investigate 3rd party PDF viewing
objects for your OS platform of choice.


Leonard
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