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How do I embed a .pdf file on a web page so that when the user clicks on a link or image it opens up?
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you can use this method of using a custom server control and the <embed> tags:

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/20699/Embed-PDFs-into-a-Web-Page-with-a-Custom-Control

If you just want to use a link, just use a regular <a> tag pointing to the PDF, this would require they have a pdf reader on their client machine

<a href="somePdf.pdf">open pdf</a>
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Thanks very much
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