Tag: menu

Popup Menu Programming in Acrobat JavaScript

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The popup menu is one the most useful and easy to use User Interface Items available to the Acrobat JavaScript programmer. Unlike many of the other UI options it can be used in Folder level scripts as well as at the Document level and lower. In this piece, Thom Parker explains how to use this item.

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Adding JavaScript References to the Acrobat Pro 6 Help Menu

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With the release of Acrobat Professional 6, the JavaScript Reference (known formerly as the JavaScript Object Specification) disappeared from its home on the Help menu. In this article, Doug Alford explains how to add it and other documents to Acrobat’s Help menu.

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Finding your menubar and toolbar

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Ever setup a presentation with PDF to not display the Toolbars and Menu Bar, only to find you then need them back?

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Applying a menu bar to all page of a PDF

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We show you how to apply a menubar to all pages of a PDF using a PDF template and JavaScript. The example includes a button that takes the user to the first page of a document as well as a print button.

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