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Topic: Getting PDFs to load in full screen from web links
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 70622
From: dlh
Date: 8/15/2002 10:54 AM

I want to allow users to open PDFs in full-screen mode via a web link. At the moment, the only way I can do this is to instruct users to deselect 'web browser integration' in their general preferences before clicking on the link. The rather clumsy alternative is to instruct them to right-clink on the link, save the PDF, and then open it from the hard drive - not exactly seamless!

So, is there a way of opening PDFs in full-screen mode from a web link regardless of the Acrobat Reader preference the user has selected for 'web browser integration'?

Of course, it would be appropriate in this case to advise users that this is what will happen. Any advice would be much appreciated.

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