Create links in PDF Acrobat documents


I’d like to create a link on each pair page of several PDF documents. The links, when performed, should normally open other pages in other PDF documents.

For the moment, I can create the link with the following script but
1. it links to a page of the same document
2. it’s a black bound

I don’t know how to link to a page of an other PDF document (I of course know the number of the target page : it’s actually the same number as the source page - Source and target documents have the same number of pages. If it works, I’ll create also the “return” link.

I’d like the link be “invisible”

So, after having chosen a folder


tell application "Acrobatª 4.0"
	open file (whichPath & pdfFileName)
	set nbPages to count PDPage of document pdfFileName
	execute menu item 7 of menu 6
	repeat with p from 1 to ((nbPages - 2) / 2)
		set currentpage to (2 * p)
		goto page currentpage
		tell PDPage currentpage
			make new PDLinkAnnot 
			set bounds of last PDAnnot to {0, 72, 72, 0}
			set color of last PDAnnot to {0, 0, 0}
			set destination page number of last PDAnnot to 1
		end tell
	end repeat
	save document pdfFileName
	close document pdfFileName
end tell

Line “set destination page number of last PDAnnot to 1” : how to specify that the destination page is not in the document but in another ?
I assume that the target page must be displayed and I have to “bring to front” it.

I have the same problem with Acrobat 5 and the “Link Annotation”

Concerning the color, what is the code {R, G, B} to have a invisible link ?

Thank you in advance for your advice

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