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Topic: Can this be done??
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52151
From: Trun Taz
Date: 5/29/2002 04:50 PM

Hi

I'm new to PDF stuff, dealing with java stuff.

anyway, i need help on this, and the situation is like this :

a web application will pull some data from some database and display it in pdf format in a 2 frame web browser. one frame is the control panel and the other will consist of the reader.

questions:
1) can i disable all the buttons/icons that appear within the Acrobat reader? (eg : the print button, the find button, etc.)

2) can i create any button residing in another frame to manipulate the data(in pdf) shown in the Reader?
(maybe a print function).

cheers all

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