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I need to note the title inside a PDF (which is always on the first page of each PDF), from 300 PDF files that are online. All of the files are big, above 5 MB. How can I see or download only the 1st page of each one?

I need a solution for Windows XP 32 bit that does not require installing software, preferably no-cost.

For example

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This may help: Ajax DocumentViewer - Browser helper tool.

Bring the power of AJAXDocumentViewer to your desktop right within your browser. Add a small module into your existing Microsoft IE or Mozilla Firefox browser and make browsing of documents easier and faster. No need to download the documents when browsing different websites, simply click on the AJAXDocumentViewer logo to preview the document right within your browser. Reduce document download times and eliminate the need to even download the documents to your computer.

Supports MS Office Documents (doc, xls, ppt, docx, xlsx, pptx), Open Office Documents, Sun Office Documents, PDF & TIF images.

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not working on Firefox 3.6 – metal gear solid Mar 1 '10 at 15:46
In your question, you didn't ask it as for Firefox. You just said WinXP. So IE8 is still an option. – Mehper C. Palavuzlar Mar 1 '10 at 23:25
ok will try in IE – metal gear solid Mar 2 '10 at 5:09

I would you this

Benefits of Google Docs Viewer:

  • Safe. You don’t need to use potentially vulnerable tools to open PDF files.
  • Fast! No more wait to download PDF files. GDocs Viewer processes pdf files with super speed. It feels like visiting another webpage. :)
  • Best for slow connections.
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