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    Posted: 12 Nov 2014 at 1:30am
Hello All!
 
I'm just wondering if it's possible to use javascript to set all links within a document to inherit zoom.  It seems like it should be a straightforward line of script I could add as part the action I use to finalize all the settings in the reports I put out.
 
Any information is appreciated!!
 
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Darin
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It seems it would be, but in fact it's not possible at all using a script.

It can be done using a stand-alone application, though, like this one I've developed:
http://try67.blogspot.com/2012/04/batch-edit-links-zoom-level.html
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Ahhh, so strange.  Also a strange default setting by acrobat that it assumes the zoom level you want is however you're looking at the document at the time you set the link. 
 
Anyways, thanks for the link!  I don't think my company would approve purchasing the application, but seems very useful, especially for large documents.
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