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Bookmarks PDF

por Ari Lesmana (2020-02-13)


A bookmark is a type of link with representative text in the Bookmarks panel in the navigation pane. Each bookmark goes to a different view or page in the document. Bookmarks are generated automatically during PDF creation from the table-of-contents entries of documents created by most desktop publishing programs. These bookmarks are often tagged and can be used to make edits in the PDF.

Initially, a bookmark displays the page that was in view when the bookmark was created, which is the bookmark’s destination. In Acrobat, you can set bookmark destinations as you create each bookmark. However, it is sometimes easier to create a group of bookmarks, and then set the destinations later. In Acrobat, you can use bookmarks to mark a place in the PDF to which you want to return, or to jump to a destination in the PDF, another document, or a web page. Bookmarks can also perform actions, such as executing a menu item or submitting a form.

Bookmark pdf Click the Bookmarks button on the left to open the Bookmarks panel. Open the page where you want the bookmark to link to, and adjust the view settings. Use the Select tool to select the area of the page you want to bookmark: To bookmark a single image, click in the image or drag a rectangle around the image. To bookmark a portion of an image, drag a rectangle around the portion. To bookmark text, drag to select it. The selected text becomes the label of the new bookmark. You can edit the label. Select the bookmark under which you want to place the new bookmark.

If you don’t select a bookmark, the new bookmark is automatically added at the end of the list. Choose Tools > Edit PDF > More > Add Bookmark. In the Bookmarks panel, type or edit the name of the new bookmark. Tagged bookmarks give you greater control over page content than do regular bookmarks. Because tagged bookmarks use the underlying structural information of the document elements (for example, heading levels, paragraphs, table titles), you can use them to edit the document, such as rearranging their corresponding pages in the PDF or deleting pages.

If you move or delete a parent tagged bookmark, its children tagged bookmarks are moved or deleted along with it. Many desktop publishing applications, such as Adobe InDesign® and Microsoft Word, create structured documents. When you convert these documents to PDF, the structure is converted to tags, which support the addition of tagged bookmarks. Converted web pages typically include tagged bookmarks. Catatan Emawdewi | Download film terbaru | unduh film di google drive | Emawdewi | blog biasa | sadar wacana | blog sederhana | ayungeblog bos | ulas teknologi | 301 domain