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Topic: PDF from html with search
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 76088
From: dbp
Date: 11/9/2002 07:51 AM

Hello,

I've managed to create a searchable PDF file and can load it in the browser and the user can search it and the keywords are highlighted. What I'd like to do though is offer the user a choice of pdf files from a search done on a database. Then when I open the pdf they choose in the browser I'd like the keywords to be already highlighted rather than having the user have to redo the search. Is there a way that I can load the searchable pdf from html and specify the search keywords programatically?

Thanks in advance for your help.
Dave


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