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    Posted: 21 Jan 2014 at 2:00pm
I'm new to javascript but I'm also a fast learner. I would like your help to get a script or a template example that I could later modify to make an interactive PDF word puzzle page.

I'm open to all your thoughts and ideas for the best solution to this.

Thank you in advance! Smile
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You're going to need to be more specific than that if you want any help...
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Okay to put it simple, I would like to make an interactive PDF word puzzle. I am open to all ideas to a solution that would make this very eye-catching and flashy. 

I know you could create a checkbox at the side of the word that can be checked off after it is found, but I was wondering if there was a way to put a line through the word or to highlight a word when a user finds it in the list.

Please tell me what you think?
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You can use an annotation of some kind (line/oval/or even a highlight, but that will be more tricky), hide it, and then when the check-box next to a word is ticked, show it. It will require a little bit of scripting knowledge, though.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote allsopnigel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Jan 2014 at 1:05pm
Hey thanks for the quick response, and your wonderful ideas! Smile
Could you help me or maybe even better provide me with a template that I can then learn from or modify to create my own?

NB. If it's a just few scripts that would only apply to one word from the "PDF Puzzle" as an example, I would really appreciate that.

You can email me at workallsopnigel@mail.com
Thank you so much!
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Hey can someone provide me with a script or sample? 
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