A go-to-3D-view action identifies a 3D annotation and specifies a view for the annotation to use
Represents the sequence of actions to be performed after the Parent action.
Represents a go-to action. A go-to action changes the view to a specified destination (page, location, and magnification factor).
Represents an embedded go-to action. An embedded go-to action is similar to a remote go-to action but allows jumping to or from a PDF file that is embedded in another PDF file.
Represents a remote go-to action. A remote go-to action is similar to an ordinary go-to action but jumps to a destination in another PDF file instead of the current file.
Represents a hide action. A hide action hides or shows one or more annotations on the screen by setting or clearing their Hidden flags.
An import-data action imports Forms Data Format (FDF) data into the document’s interactive form from a specified file.
Represents a launch action. A launch action launches an application or opens or prints a document.
Represents a movie action. A movie action can be used to play a movie in a floating window or within the annotation rectangle of a movie annotation.
Represents a named action.
A set-OCG-state action (PDF 1.5) sets the state of one or more optional content groups.
A rendition action controls the playing of multimedia content.
A reset-form action resets selected interactive form fields to their default values.
Represents a sound action. A sound action plays a sound through the computer’s speakers.
A submit-form action transmits the names and values of selected interactive form fields to a specified uniform resource locator(URL), presumably the address of a Web server that will process them and send back a response.
Represents a thread action. A thread action jumps to a specified bead on an article thread, in either the current document or a different one.
A transition action can be used to control drawing during a sequence of actions.
Represents a uniform resource identifier action.