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iTextSharp Read selected page no.

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Hi, Experts

Can i use iTextSharp to only read selected page no? Previous code that i test is copy selected page to a new pdf file. Now i do not want the feature od copy to new file but i just need to open selected page.

How can i do it?

Thanks in advance.
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Half way correct.
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