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Topic: functional eps-layers in a pdf file?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 82959
From: micjan
Date: 3/15/2003 09:50 PM

First of all: I'm not a developer but I suspect the nature of my question is rather something for that category.
I'm looking for a pdf plug-in that allows the user to save an eps in a pdf with the capability to navigate through the layers of that eps file. Is this possible?
For the moment, if you want to look at different images of the same eps file (by selecting layers) you have to create for each image a different version of that eps file and save this as a different pdf.
Since all the information of the original eps file is included when creating a pdf, wouldn't it be very size-saving (= download-saving) to have a pdf that allows us to navigate through the eps layers?

Many thanks on beforehand for any reply,


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