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Topic: Setting page layout
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 90878
From: brotherseb
Date: 6/26/2003 11:22 PM

Hi,
I developed a web site (servlet + JSP) containing links to PDF files. I need to set up the Reader page layout to 2x2 on opening, for each PDF. Is there a way to indicate to Acrobat Reader plug in which layout it has to use ? Or do I have to specify it on the PDF files themselves ? And how ? :-)
The problem is that users may want to change layout while reading PDF files, but I want to use a default layout on opening. I noticed that the plug in always use the last page layout used.
If anyone has an idea...
Thank you
Seb


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