Restrict zoom level for specific pages in my document

New Here ,
Feb 10, 2020 Feb 10, 2020

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Hello, 

 

I'm wondering if there is a chance to lock zoom level of a specific page in my document (using acrobat pro), so the end user could not change it. I know there is a chance to set a default zoom level, however it does not restrict a possibility to zoom in and out for end user.  

If there is no chance do to it using ootb tools, is it posissible to achieve it using javascript tool in Acrobat?

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Acrobat SDK and JavaScript, Create PDFs, General troubleshooting, How to

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 10, 2020 Feb 10, 2020
This is not possible.

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This is not possible.

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You cannot do it as you wish, but a JavaScript can detect the zoom level and correct it if it is less than xx% and greater than xxx%.

But this will not be user-friendly.

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May be not possilbe with all PDF viewers.

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Ok, thanks a lot. This might be a solution I'm looking for. What if I attached a specific javascript as a bookmark action, which would do exactly what you say. Is it possible? I'm very new with acrobat and it's api, so I trying to figure a possible way to overcome this issue. 

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The thing you want to do is not possible.

In fact, I know that Adobe would not create software that would allow restrictions on the user while the user is using the product.

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