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by Kees_B - 7/30/12 1:24 AM
In Reply to: Adobe Acrobat help by manojeil1
A link is a link. How it opens depends on what you do in what program (what reader). But you don't tell what reader (Adobe, Foxit, Nitro) you're using to view the pdf-file.
That's the same as in a browser. A link is a link. A middle click opens it in a new tab. A left click opens it in the same tab. A right click opens a menu letting me choose how to open it.
Such a thing might be a nice feature in a pdf-reader also. If the reader of your choice doesn't offer it, why not suggest this as a new feature to the maker?
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