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> My question is, does anyone know of a way to tell Acrobat Reader to use the "Two up" viewing option by default with the embed code so it displays like a real book would with the pages side by side?
In Adobe Acrobat you can set initial view of the document.
> Also, is there embed code that I can use to disable the ability to save the PDF file?
But if I set the "initial view" of the document in Acrobat, that's only going to apply to when I view the pdf. I need something that sets it to "Two Up" for anyone who visits the website.
There's no way to prevent people from saving pdf files? That seems odd.
Thanks for the reply.
Change the initial view in the properties of the document.
> There's no way to prevent people from saving pdf files? That seems odd.
Why? All what you publish can be saved.
>That seems odd.
No, that's reality. Everything you put on the internet can be saved,
by definition, because reading it and saving it are the same activity.
You can make it marginally more difficult for the inexperienced if you
disable it in the viewing software.
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Thanks guys. And yeah, of course you're only making it marginally more difficult for the experienced, but I was trying to prevent the average Joe from saving the file. No worries, it was just an afterthought.
And Flash files are unsaveable aren't they?
>And Flash files are unsaveable aren't they?
What makes you say so?