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NAME

       PS_add_pdflink — Adds link to a page in a second pdf document

SYNOPSIS

       #include <pslib.h>

       void  PS_add_pdflink(PSDoc  *psdoc,  float  llx,  float  lly,  float  urx, float ury, char
       *filename, int page, const char *dest)

DESCRIPTION

       Places a hyperlink at the given position pointing to a second pdf  document.  Clicking  on
       the  link  will branch to the document at the given page. The first page in a document has
       number 1.  The parameter dest determines how the document  is  being  viewed.  It  can  be
       'fitpage', 'fitwidth', `fitheight', or `fitbbox'.

       The  hyperlink start is a rectangle with its lower left corner at (llx, lly) and its upper
       right corner at (urx, ury).  The rectangle has by default a thin blue border.

       The hyperlink will not be visible if the document is printed or viewed but it will show up
       if the document is converted to pdf by either Acrobat Distiller™ or Ghostview.

SEE ALSO

       PS_add_launchlink(3), PS_add_locallink(3), PS_add_weblink(3)

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written by Uwe Steinmann uwe@steinmann.cx.

                                                                                PS_ADD_PDFLINK(3)