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interactive pdf using asp.net

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Hi,

Is it possible to create interactive pdf using asp.net? I mean using code, I can create pdf document that is interactive.

Thank you
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by:ladarling
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Explain what you mean by 'interactive'. If you mean create the PDF and then load it in the browser (provided a rendering plug-in is installed) then yes its possible.
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/aspnet/Creating_PDF_documents_in.aspx
 
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by:mkk39
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I know and I have created pdf document using programming. I am talking about Interactive pdf. Interactive document is created mostly using Indesign or lifecycle
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sindhuxyz earned 500 total points
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As I know you can make it interactive by putting hyper links, it will redirect to urls, You cannot use button or etc like InDesign. You need to search if any API available, I guess no one!!
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No ideal solution
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