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Topic: RE: setting the layout to one column, continuous
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 58528
From: Dave
Date: 5/29/2002 05:33 PM


I think you need to be working on the PDDoc layer dont you?

But I have found that a lot of these settings simply don't work. I haven't
got 4.05 Acrobat installed so I can't verify if it's been fixed with that
release, but it's been a problem since 3.

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> I wrote a VB application that opens an exisiting PDF, optimizes it, and
> closes it. I want to add to its functionality by setting the file so that
> when it's opened, the layout is continuous, instead of single-page.
> Can this be done? I'm a little confused. I did research by reading the
> Acrobat SDK, and I found that this code:
> Set Exch = CreateObject("AcroExch.App")
> Exch.SetPreference avpPageViewLayoutMode, PDLayoutOneColumn

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