I know that it is possible to view the same pdf document in two different side-by-side windows!
But I have this document structured in this way:
A page (let's call it A) followed by one (or more) pages that I call A-1 , A-2 etc.
Page A contains buttons that links to certain parts of pages A-1 and A-2 (hyperlinks).
(And of course the document is large so it has Page B followed by B-1, B-2 etc.).
I am trying to have the same document opened in 2 different windows and when I click on a link in the first Window I want it to be opened/viewed in the second window of the document (and not the same).
It is possible?
If yes..can I do the same with 2 separate documents opened in 2 different windows?
(For ex. I have pages A, B, C etc.. present on one document and pages A1,A2, B1,.B2 etc. On another document so when I click on links in the first document I see the link (the Page view) in the second Window refered to the second document..Basically I want the second document still opened but goes directly to Page B2 for ex. Just because I clicked on the link in page B present in the first document!).
If Adobe Acrobat can't do it, are there alternatives?