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Subject: Positioning of PDF hyperlinks?
I have a document that pdfinfo tells me is created from an MS Word document using "Acrobat PDFMaker 6.0 for Word" (listed as Creator) and "Acrobat Distiller 6.0.1 (Windows)" (listed as Producer). When I click on internal hyperlinks in this file in Adobe Reader 7 for linux, the page is scrolled so that the target of the hyperlink (eg. a section start) is at the top of the page. When I click on hyperlinks to eg. a section in PDF I've created from DocBook XML, using DocBook XSL 1.68.1 and FOP 0.91beta, I'm pointed to the top of the page where the hyperlink is. Is it possible to get the same behaviour from PDF files generated from DocBook XML as the one I observe in the file generated from MS Word using Adobe Acrobat? Ie. that clicking on a link to a section would show the page where the section starts, with the section scrolled to the top? Thanx!