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Link to specific content in PDF through a web search

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Link to specific content in PDF through a web search

Hi all, new member here. I'm fairly new to web development but I think that what I'm trying to do should be doable! glasses I'm really hoping someone can help!!!

I'm using Adobe Acrobat Pro X.
I know how to add named destinations, bookmarks, and links to my PDF files.
I have added a search feature to the company website.
I'm testing 2 different searches; 1 is google and one is master.com
The search does find content within the PDF files BUT.... when you click the link it takes you to the 1st page of said PDF where you have to search again to find the content.
I'm sure there must be some way to eliminate the 2nd search step and have the original result open to the section where the result resides.
Am I crazy? Has anyone figured this out? I appreciate any help you can give. Thanks.

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