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Topic: providing a Link from a pdf to another pdf
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 56087
From: asaywell
Date: 5/29/2002 05:16 PM

Guys

I have several large pdfs that need to be split into multiple single page pdfs, spliting the pdf is not difficult however I wanted to add 2 links on each page, 1 to the page before (now a new file) and 1 to the page after (also a potential new file) (except 1st and last page of course)

If Im reading the sdk correctly (and Im not sure..hence the post)creating the links is easy... how I populate the new link with the pointer to the other pdf doesnt appear obvious.. what am i missing?

CAcroPDPage.AddNewAnnot to create the link yes??
CAcroPDAnnot.SetContents for the pointer ??

thanks for the responses

Andy Saywell
BAE SYSTEMS
(Self appointed pdf guru NOT!)
email for the weekend asaywell@chariot.net.au

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