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It sounds like you are relying on either the built in PDF viewers for the browsers or a plug in (which is a must for IE). Because this is browser and/or plugin specific the experience may be different. If you want consistent behavior you need to render the PDF server side. For SharePoint this is usually done with Office Web Application (Word Web ...


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The pageviewer webpart is basically an iframe. So what I would do is create a JavaScript/jQuery function that triggers on click of your links. The script should update the iframe src. Look here for a similar question http://stackoverflow.com/q/3730159/4699406


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I believe each PageViewer is really an iframe, so I think you can use jquery or javascript to switch the frame to another site. <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.3/jquery.min.js"> $('#frameid').attr('src', loc); </script>


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Instead of Page View webpart try using ContentEditor or ScriptEditor webpart <iframe id="MyFrame" src="/pages/testpage.aspx" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" border="0" style="height:100% !important;width:100% !important; overflow:auto !important" onload="setIframeHeight('MyFrame')"></iframe> <script type="text/javascript"> function ...



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