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Topic: auto adjust preferences
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 77219
From: steve184
Date: 11/26/2002 04:52 AM

I want a pdf document to open on anyones computer with the
image, lineart and text smoothing options switched on in
preferences so that it views crisp on screen rather than jagged.
On macs these are on by default when acrobat reader is installed
but for some reason on pcs they are switched off by default, so
when they open any pdf they may not know these options are
there. Is there any way of creating a javascript or something
inside a pdf dso that these options are activated
automaticallywhen a user opens the pdf

cheers


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