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Topic: Adobe Acrobat File Indexing
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 51556
From: bellgl
Date: 5/29/2002 04:46 PM

I have about 150 tables in an Adobe Acrobat format. I want to be able to access particular tables based on user input. For example, if the user selects: location = Spain and Statistic = population and Year = 1990 then you get table 98. If the user selects: location = France and Statistic = death rate and Year = 1910 then you get table 10. Is there a way to put the look-up logic on the front end of the Adobe
Acrobat or more plainly has anyone already done this sort of thing? How do I get there?

Glenn Bell, Ph.D.
Science Applications International Corporation
(301) 228-3150
glenn.b.bell@saic.com

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