Software Quality Assurance Engineer, John Schmier, has documented the various URL (Uniform Resource Locater) parameters that are available on Autodesk DWF Viewer 7.0 and Autodesk Design Review 2007. He has combined this information in an easy to read Microsoft Excel workbook.
The spreadsheet lists: each parameter, a description, the syntax for specifying the parameter in an HTML page, and the syntax for specifying the parameter as part of an URL. DWF Programmers can use this list to get the most out of the DWF files they share. These parameters work for 2D sheets.
Note: For Microsoft Internet Explorer, the URL syntax can only be applied to HTTP requests. Thus it is not possible to use the parameters on an URL that references a local file.
The flexibility provided by DWF HTML/URL parameters allows design data to be presented in a variety of ways. This is another way DWF goes beyond the paper. With paper, you just look at the paper.