Embedding Acrobat Reader into my website

  Churston 07:39 04 Jun 2005

I have many files in pdf that I would like to place on my website. Is there any way I can embed Acrobat Reader on to the site for those who do not have Acrobat reader on their computers.
I use Dreamweaver to publish my website.
Thanks for any help in this matter

  octal 08:08 04 Jun 2005

I stand corrected but don't think you can. I have never seen this done on a site, what usually happens is that the site normally give a link to the Adobe Acrobat site advising downloading a reader from there. Have you tried in WebDesign forum? click here

  DieSse 12:26 04 Jun 2005

I think octals suggestuon is best - you would need to get permission to have the actual program on your site. And then you would need to keep updating it - and it's a large download, why use your webspace and bandwidth!

Why don't you consult Adobe - they will probably let you use a standard linking setup, as they've clearly done it loads of times before.

Don't try and "go-it-alone2, as they may not approve

  Churston 06:41 06 Jun 2005

Thanks Folks for your interest and effort to write. What you say was my suspicion. So I really don't need to carry on looking for what is not reasonable

  €dstowe 10:40 06 Jun 2005

Here is the "correct" procedure

click here

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