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Topic: Automate New Bookmarks with custom View Properties
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 80760
From: roymond
Date: 2/4/2003 01:09 AM

I am looking for a way to create a new bookmark in an existing PDF which controls the view properties via a server-based PDF utility. I am familiar with server-based tools such as ActivePDF Toolkit and Appligent AppendPDFpro, however these very fine products do not offer this capability.

For instance, each ad in a newspaper is a different size and located in a different place, both sets of data are known. This PDF utility would use an ad's dimensions and coordinates to create a bookmark that displays that ad centered, filling the window. This must be a robust server-based solution.

Maybe I'm dreaming :)

Anyone have experience setting bookmark properties like this?

Thanks for any suggestions,

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