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Topic: Interactively tile multiple PDFs onto one page?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54336
From: markr
Date: 5/29/2002 05:05 PM

Any ideas for how to (or where to begin) interactively tile the pages within multiple PDF files onto one page on the client-side? E.g. user clicks on "Next" and the page from the next PDF rotates onto a tile on the page.

I understand that there are ways to accomplish this on the server side, and that there are at least a few toolkits and products that can do stuff like this on the server-side. But, I am looking for how this might be done entirely on the client-side within Acrobat, and interactively.

Hints of where to start looking, or where not to look would be appreciated.

A plug-in that manipulates documents and pages via the Acrobat SDK's PDModel and PDFEdit?

Via a page template and some JavaScript?

Any plug-ins or tools that already do this on the client-side?

Or ??


--Mark R.

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