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    Hello, I was wondering if someone could point me in the direction of some documentation describing the /A command line option for Foxit Reader. The command line help section says the following:

    <PDF Path> /A [...] [...] .. Open a PDF document with a command that specifies exactly what to display, and how to display it

    I unfortunately don't know how to specify any commands...

    EDIT:
    I've discovered through guessing that I can specific a page and a zoom level:
    "Foxit Reader" mypdf.pdf /A "page=3" "zoom=50"
    will open mypdf.pdf displaing the third page in the document at 50% zoom. I've tried playing with a "bookmark=bookmarkname" command, but haven't had any results.

    I'm HOPING that there is a way to open to a specific page or bookmark. I'm using Foxit Reader v 5.1.4.0104. Thanks very much in advance!

    Best regards,

    Jonny
    Last edited by jonnyp; 04-26-2012, 04:26 AM.

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      Originally posted by jonnyp View Post
      Hello, I was wondering if someone could point me in the direction of some documentation describing the /A command line option for Foxit Reader. The command line help section says the following:

      <PDF Path> /A [...] [...] .. Open a PDF document with a command that specifies exactly what to display, and how to display it

      I unfortunately don't know how to specify any commands...

      EDIT:
      I've discovered through guessing that I can specific a page and a zoom level:
      "Foxit Reader" mypdf.pdf /A "page=3" "zoom=50"
      will open mypdf.pdf displaing the third page in the document at 50% zoom. I've tried playing with a "bookmark=bookmarkname" command, but haven't had any results.

      I'm HOPING that there is a way to open to a specific page or bookmark. I'm using Foxit Reader v 5.1.4.0104. Thanks very much in advance!

      Best regards,

      Jonny
      Sorry, it is not supported with current version, hope it could be implemented in future update.

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