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I want to open an pdf file in double view mode from a html link, is this possible?

I have a link that looks like this:
<a href="img/1/RIKS Ark 1_s3-18, 43-58_LR.PDF#page=1" target="_blank"><img src="img/1/test1.jpg" alt="ff" border="0">

this open page one in the pdf file, but i have 32 pages and i want to show them in double view eg, page=1 shows page 1 and page 2 side by side, when the visitor click the html link.

I got the pdf file form different clients and i am not able to do any changes in the actually file.
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Question by:MickeC
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by:Julian Hansen
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Given that the PDF viewing application runs in the client browser overwhich you have no control the answer to this is no.
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taken from here, try going into the document properties of the pdf, then click on the "Initial View" tab, and play around with those settings.

http://blogs.adobe.com/pdfdevjunkie/files/pdfdevjunkie/images/InitialView.png
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