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Topic: HTML like anchors in PDF to be used from Foxpro
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 35344
From: micmit
Date: 2/25/2002 03:47 PM

I have a question regarding linking to PDF Documents which I would really appreciate some help on. We are working on a Foxpro project here which references some PDF files.

I would like to create a link from my Foxpro application which displays a given PDF file *at a particular point* in the file. ie I would like
functionality similar to that provided by Anchors in html documents.

Does PDF recognise this kind of "URL"? Can I ask the reader to open a particular file at a particular spot? I know that I can create links within PDF files and between PDF files using the Exchange software. And
aware of setCurrentPage for pdf.ocx

Thank you
Michael

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