The in-place activation is something the embedded object must support or you can't use it. MS Word has this capability; apparently Acrobat Reader does not. I guess you'll have to launch it in a separate window.
Alternately, you could turn your documentation into a Notes database, allowing users to make use of Notes' full-featured searching capability as well as links to information in other databases.
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