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Thread began 5/20/2011 11:41 am by randy153228 | Last modified 9/08/2011 5:13 pm by randy153228 | 3335 views | 6 replies

Lee Firth

Thanks for the heads up Jason, I thought I would post the solution I came up with just in case anyone else is struggling with this issue. I used a "Google docs viewer" embedded in the page using an iframe. Take a look at the results:


To generate the code required just go to:


The dropdown menu now overlays the pdf document in the latest versions of IE, Firefox, Chrome, Opera & Safari.

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