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Topic: ActiveX actions reference?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 41049
From: CharlieAR
Date: 5/28/2002 05:45 AM

I can add the Acrobat ActiveX to a multimedia app'n I have, but without some reference, it is a long guessing game to find the parameters to send to the object. Some are easy to guess, eg. setShowtoolbar, I use 0 or 1 and the toolbar displays or hides.
Searching the SDK documents at partners.adobe.com returned nothing about these "actions" as my app'n lists them.
I've bought ActiveX controls before so with those I had a full reference of the values available.
Here are some examples so you know what I'm referring to:
setPageMode
setLayoutMode
setView

Thank you.

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