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Topic: Upload/Download pdf file
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 59614
From: cysum
Date: 5/29/2002 05:40 PM

Hello,

Did someone know how to upload a pdf file to a server ?
The user open a pdf file into adobe acrobat (the full product not only the reader). He have a button "send" at the end of the document. I want to upload the current pdf file to a server when "send" button is clicked.

For my download problem. I have an html page with a link to a pdf file. When I clicked on it, the document opens in the browser plug-in. How can I do to open the document in adobe acrobat program not in the plug-in.
This is because I add my own item in the adobe acrobat menu and this menu doesn't appear in the browser acrobat plug-in, there is only the toolbar.

Thanks.

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