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Topic: Loading JS at Doc-Open time
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 92622
From: haakon_helliesen
Date: 7/22/2003 08:01 PM

Hello everybody!

I try to make a JS run on the doc level, but don't manage. As I work in Acrobat 5.05 it's easy to make any JS run at:

Doc Will Close,
Doc Will Save,
Doc Did Save,
Doc Will Print,
Doc Did Print

, but not Doc Open since there is no such thing in the "Set Document Action". I am not allowed to do anything with the XML in the "Edit All JS", so I am stuck.
I could make a hidden field or global variable which count the number of times I visited page 1 of my form, and use a "Open Page Action" if counter==1. But this seems like a much too complicated way of doing it.

Do somebody know a better way?

Best regards
Haakon


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