How do you program a button in WinCC script to open a specified file in adobe reader when clicked?

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Did you find an answer yet? I must say, WinCC could be a vastly more powerful package if the various scripting languages and macros had access to the same framework. Since their help file is a badly translated version of a German document, and their
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I don't think the download site requires flash. Try this page and and select the Windows 98/ME Operating System, and then select which browser you want to get Flash for: http://get.adobe.com
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Ok I managed to get something along the lines of what I wanted by gleening information from http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2007/06/15/tip-trick-creating-packaged-asp-net-setup-programs-with-vs
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At its worldwide developers' conference in Los Angeles on Monday, Adobe announced its newest suite of creative tools, Flash Professional CS5 , which will be available as a public
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