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Topic: Continuous Viewing Mode
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 88048
From: zoranp
Date: 5/21/2003 06:55 AM

Hi,

We are developing an application in VB, using Acrobat Forms. We have the following problem:

1. We would not like to show signature, bookmarks, etc. tabs because they contain dangerous command (like delete signature etc). unfortunately when you remove these, the vertical scrollbar is removed also. Is there any way to leave the vertical scrollbar on, while the toolbar containing signatures, thumbnails etc. is hidden).

2. If the above is not possible, we would at least want to open the document in continuous mode. Is there any way to specify this (by default it always opens in a page mode, which is really irritating).

Thanks,
Zoran


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