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Topic: Need some sort of 'BACK TO HERE' button
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 91800
From: pepperman
Date: 7/10/2003 12:09 PM

Hi All
I am having a problem with getting readers of my eBook to get back to the point where they left off, when they click on the HotSpot.

In other words, when someone clicks on my HotSpot "see fig. 1", This pulls in a picture from my web site. All is fine at this point. It's when the back button in the browser is clicked, to get back to the eBook, they are taken back to the first page of the PDF eBook. The reader then has to scroll back to the point where they clicked the HotSpot. This is very annoying.

Is there a way to make this easy for the reader?

Thank You in advance

Pepperman


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