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Topic: Jump to named destination w/o browser
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 38534
From: SterlingCamden
Date: 4/13/2002 09:17 AM

I've spoken to Adobe on this, and got nowhere. Hoping someone can help.

From an application, we need to launch a PDF file (it can be in an external reader or an ActiveX control) and have it go immediately to a named destination that we can designate. I know you can do that with Acrobat Reader in a web browser, but it doesn't work with a local file, and the user may not have a local web server.

Part two: we need to convert Word documents and automatically insert named destinations based on some tag in the text. Any ideas would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Sterling W. Camden
sterling@camdensoftware.com
888-442-2633

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