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Topic: Clickable Button for Advancing a Image Slide Show
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52285
From: noelcasey
Date: 5/29/2002 04:51 PM

Hello,
I have created an animation using the buttonSetIcon javascript method as described by Kas Thomas for creating PDF Animations. The animation is controlled via a Stop and Play Buttons. The animation consists of 5 fields/images. I want to create 2 Clickable Buttons.
The first button should advance from field/image 1 to 2,3,4 and finally to 5 with every click of the button. i.e. The same type of Next Page button used in adobe acrobat reader to advance to the next page.

The second button should reverse from field/image5 to 4,3,2 and finally to 1 with every click of the button. i.e. The same type of Previous Page button used in adobe acrobat reader to go to the previous page.

I want the user of this pdf document to click thru the images like a powerpoint slide show.
I would be grateful for help.
Thanks.
Noel.

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