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Topic: Override 'Hide after use' on bookmarks?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 93823
From: RoadRash
Date: 8/6/2003 11:41 PM

Is there anyway to setup a pdf so that it will override the "hide after use" option in the bookmarks?

Or do I just need to put a note in my help file with my pdfs that tell them to uncheck that option if checked?
BTW: I am talking about acrobat reader 5 that I have run from a cdrom that I have developed with pdfs on it. If the client has never installed reader on their computer then I dont seem to have a problem, but if the person has reader on their computer it seems that the reader on the cdrom ends up using the settings that are already on the computer so if hide after use is checked then it uses it.
thanks

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