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Acrobat reader plugin commands

 
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Hello,

This might not be the right board for this question, but it seemed the best suited one in the Saloon.

Does anyone know where I could get a list of all commands that can be passed to the Acrobate Reader browser plugin through the src property?

For example,

<iframe src="sample.pdf#page=5"/> tells the reader to open the document on page 5.

I know about the page, zoom, and toolbar=none commands, but none of the others.

Thank you,
Yuriy
 
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See if this helps, about halfway down the page...
http://partners.adobe.com/public/developer/acrobat/sdk/index_doc.html
 
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Thank you for the reply Eric!

Judging by the descriptions of the documents linked to on that page, I don't think they would help me. That whole page seems to be targetted to those who use the Acrobat SDK, and I only want to link to pdf files from a web page.

-Yuriy
 
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