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Default Where would I get info on how to download info

I want the User to download files (pdf) from my site. I have generated the PDF on the webserver. I want to bring up a box to the user when they click on the icon/button to download the file to their hard drive but dont know where to start!

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What is this box going to have in it? Do you mean the open/save as... dialog box? That just comes up when the browser requests a file it doesn't know how to handle. All you need to do to allow users to download PDF files is to provide them with a list of them or a link to them. They can save it locally or view inline in the browser if they have the appropriate Acrobat viewer installed.

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