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Topic: create interactive PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 89981
From: lemmy01a
Date: 6/16/2003 09:31 AM

hi all,

I'm pretty new in pdf ... but what I understand so far is, that I'm able to create a "checkbox" or a "radiobutton" using JavaScript.

Is it possible using those objects and JavaScript to create an interactive pdf that consists of a number of chapters, where the user is ably to see only a subset of all chapters.

The idea is to use current pdf files, that are basically installation instructions, and to add something so that the user just see what is necessary for him (based on the selections he does with eg. radiobuttons/checkmarks).

Finally he should be able to view and print just those selected chapters.

thanks in advance
stefan :-)


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