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Topic: MenuItemExecute('Find') Find Dialog disappear problem
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 78801
From: Sunnyy
Date: 1/1/2003 12:20 AM

Hello All

1) I am using MenuItemExecute("Find") command to invoke the Find dialog box through OLE application.
When I enter the text and press the Find button, the Find dialog box disappears. I want this Find dialog box to remain open and visible as appears in the Adobe Acrobat during Find operation. Is there any special reason for this kind behavior and what is the solution for this?????

2) When some text is searched through the Find dialog box invoked through MenuItemExecute("Find") command, this text should be there when Find dialog box again open, but the Find dialog box is initializing with empty string every time. What is the solution for making the Find dialog box to initialized with last successfully searched string rather than empty string ?????.

I will be very thankful to you all for your kind favor


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