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Topic: Changing Highlight Color in Acrobat Reader
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52259
From: vkarmo
Date: 5/29/2002 04:51 PM

Hi,

I created a program that utilizes dtSearch libraries to index and
search PDF documents. I can view my search results with the word
hits highlighted by using a Web Viewer control. This Web viewer
control is simply told to navigate to the PDF file and Windows
determines how to display the file. In my case an Acrobat reader is
instantiated automatically and I can see my PDF document embedded in
my application form with the words highlighted.

The problem is that the highlight color is a dark blue background
with yellow letters. I would like to change that so it highlights
the words with Yellow background and black letters.

How can this be done?



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