how to send each page to different email

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I have a seven pages in pdf document and when the user clicks the "Submit" button, I would like it just to submit each page to different email. Is there a way to do this using javascript? Maybe i do this by one button for all pages, or each page has own button but run by master button? Help appreciated! Thanks!

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Actually you don't have to look far. Any solution is going to need to include app.newDoc, and your non-Adobe solution (according to the posted link) doesn't support that. Server side it is then.

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how to send each page to different email

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Hello,

I have a seven pages in pdf document and when the user clicks the "Submit" button, I would like it just to submit each page to different email. Is there a way to do this using javascript? Maybe i do this by one button for all pages, or each page has own button but run by master button? Help appreciated! Thanks!

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Actually you don't have to look far. Any solution is going to need to include app.newDoc, and your non-Adobe solution (according to the posted link) doesn't support that. Server side it is then.

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What app does the user own?

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You need to look in detail at the JavaScript reference to work out how you would do it in an Adobe product. As the reply said, it's tricky. THEN you check whether your non-Adobe product supports ALL the necessary JavaScript methods.

This is really very hard, and should certainly be done in a server-side solution written by a professional specialist, not in the client.

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Actually you don't have to look far. Any solution is going to need to include app.newDoc, and your non-Adobe solution (according to the posted link) doesn't support that. Server side it is then.

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The extractPages method can also be used, but that's also not supported on a mobile device. I would say this is not possible.

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This is only possible if the file will only be used in Acrobat, and even then it's tricky.

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this link for

Supported Scripting in AcroForms (Adobe Acrobat forms)

in the pdf expert application

https://helpspot.readdle.com/pdfexpert6/index.php?pg=kb.page&id=1154

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how please ?

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