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Working with Bookmarks in Adobe Acrobat 9

Contents

  1. Adding a Bookmark
  2. Changing a Bookmark's Destination
  3. Other Ways of Creating Bookmarks
  4. Moving Bookmarks

Article Description

Getting around in a huge PDF document can take a lot of time. The Adobe Creative Team shows how to speed things up by using the bookmark feature in Acrobat 9 to create and organize bookmarks that give you quick-click access to the page you want.

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Changing a Bookmark's Destination

  1. In the Bookmarks panel, click the icon for the bookmark whose destination you want to change. The document pane displays the selected page.
  2. Click the Next Page button or Previous Page button on the toolbar (see Figure 4) as many times as necessary to go to the desired page of the document—the page to which you want the bookmark to link.
  3. Click the Options button at the top of the Bookmarks panel and choose Set Bookmark Destination from the menu (see Figure 5). Click Yes to the confirmation message to update the bookmark destination.
  4. Choose File > Save to save the file.
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