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Exporting Report to Adobe & Using Navigation Palette

Exporting Report to Adobe & Using Navigation Palette

Exporting Report to Adobe & Using Navigation Palette

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This is just a really cool idea I have and I have no idea if it's even possible.  Maybe someone could just point me in the right direction.  I generate HUGE reports for clients (sometimes around 1,400 pages) and I was wondering if it was possible to export a Crystal Report to Adobe and also automatically generate a navigation palette with the Crystal Report groupings as bookmarks.  So if the report was grouped by year, then when the report was opened in Adobe there would be a sort of "table of contents" off to the side with each year listed.  This is a newer feature in Adobe Acrobat software.  The navigation palette is collection of hyperlinked bookmarks that take you directly a given page within a document.

Thanks!
Kelly

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