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Topic: Looking for Code Cuts Info
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54575
From: Marina
Date: 5/29/2002 05:06 PM

Hi.

I'm new to Acro-Buddies. I joined because I'm working for a company that posts .pdf files and we're looking for ways to streamline what we're doing.

One of the things we've discovered as we've been checking out planetpdf and other sites are code cuts. I've looked all over and I can't find out how we can use them (where do we put the code?) although I've read some confusing references to FDF/javascript, etc. The code cuts we've seen don't look like javascript.

Do we need a plug in?

How do we get the code cut(s) (and what language is it in?) to Acrobat?

I'd really appreciate the help as I find the planetpdf and codecuts web sites confusing on these questions.

Thanks!

--Marina

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